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Ubuntu Linux DNS Settings

DNS server settings are found in /etc/resolv.conf.  To edit use your favorite editor to open, personally I prefer nano. sudo nano /etc/resolv.conf Entries will look like nameserver <ip address>nameserver <ip address>nameserver <ip address> You should enter at least two known good DNS servers.

How DNS Works

This is a brief, simple tutorial on how DNS (and name resolution in general) occurs. The focus will be on Windows systems, but most of it will apply to any system. You will find that once you understand DNS you can fix A LOT of issues, regardless of the underlying OS. OverviewHere’s a picture of how DNS works, […]