[dhcwg] DHCP Client

Prakash P <Prakash@kshema.com> Tue, 12 March 2002 17:00 UTC

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In Linux operating system, Where the DHCP client stores the information
about DNS like DNS server address, domain name etc which it get's from the
DHCP server. If the Linux box which is acting like a DHCP client, wants to
browse the internet, then the DNS client on the same box from where it will
get the DNS server address to resolve the FQDN?

Thanks and Regards 
Prakash P 
Kshema Technologies Ltd., 
Kshema Dhama, Bangalore 
Board No:- 91-80-8603600-10, Extn:- 1200

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