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Posted on 06-07-07 03:27
I recently got a new computer with FC6, and while my DSL gateway and my Ethernet card showed that everything was ok, I was having real trouble connecting to the internet. I could get to the FC6 homepage and such, but if I typed anything into the address bar I got diddly, so I figured that my DNS was not set up to forward my DNS queries to my ISP's nameserver (well, I didn't figure it that way, I had a hunch, but a friend pointed me in that direction.) So, I call up my ISP and get the DNS numbers, configure it, it's cool...
But now I have to do this every bloody time I log on, and I'm getting sick of it. Is there any way to get the settings to just stick?! I had this same problem on my old Windows 98, except I never figured it out.
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Posted on 11-07-07 16:51
maybe you should try a different DNS, try openDNS - it even makes your internet faster Smile
website: http://www.opendn. . .
dns #1: 208.67.222.222
dns #2: 208.67.220.220

ps. Just found this on their site, might be of use Wink http://www.opendn. . .t/unix.php




Edited by on 11-07-07 16:53