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Quick Answer A new NetworkManager tool nmcli is installed by default now. The command line tool is very powerful but a bit harder to learn. Stick to our question, the short answer is: nmcli dev show | grep DNS or, to have cleaner output nmcli dev show | grep DNS | sed 's/\s\s*/\t/g' | cut -f 2 Explain If you have time, I can explain the above ...


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From the above output, it looks like Ubuntu is trying to use a local DNS server. Correct? Is it caching a failed lookup on my local machine? Yes, Ubuntu is using whatever was provided with dhcp lease, more specifically dnsmasq, a plug-in, that takes care of that for network-manager. Is Ubuntu using this second DNS server sometimes? Why? Is it load ...


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The way I do this is to set supersede domain-name-servers in /etc/dhcp/dhclient.conf. I've tried variety of options, including head or tail files, under /etc/resolvconf/resolv.conf.d/ folder, but only dhclient.conf does the trick for me. I've done it in 13.04, 14.04, and 15.04 versions of Ubuntu – always works. Basic idea is that when you connect to a wifi ...


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A solution would be to run a local DNS server that can forward queries to other DNS servers based on subdomain/domain. Ubuntu's network-manager already runs a local DNS server (dnsmasq-base) however the required options are not available so disable it then install and configure the full dnsmasq package as follows: 1) Comment out dns=dnsmasq from ...


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If that is the entire contents of the file you have some misconfigurations 1)Are you trying to do a DHCP or a staic ip? 2)you misspelled interfaces, see if that is a forum typo or a system typo 3) try this for a static ip # The loopback network interface auto lo iface lo inet loopback # The primary network interface auto eth0 iface eth0 inet static ...


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Internet domains are given and maintained by so-called registrars, like neustar.us, the owner of the .us top level domain. They can lease domains using their TLD to end customers or outsource that to other companies. E.g. the swiss registrar, SWITCH, owner of .ch and .li, has stopped to give domains to private customers, which is now done by their hosters. ...



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