The following options define how a host, usually a remote access server,
should advertise DNS name server addresses:
The following option defines how a host should handle advertised
DNS name server addresses:
Advertised DNS addresses
How to obtain the IP addresses of
DNS name servers that are to be advertised:
Do not advertise DNS name servers.
Advertise the IP addresses that are specified as the
Advertised primary DNS server and
Advertised secondary DNS server entries.
Use the IP addresses of name servers that are configured in
obtained from DHCP
Use DHCP to obtain the IP addresses.
This feature is not currently available.
Advertised primary DNS server
A DNS server to be advertised.
Advertised secondary DNS server
An alternative DNS server to be advertised.
Get addresses of DNS servers
Whether the addresses of advertised DNS servers
should be obtained if available. If set to Yes,
these addresses will be included as nameserver definitions
in the host's
file when the link is brought up.
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 22 April 2004