"I think my dns file in openbsd has deleted. Where is the file for dns server. "
For what it's worth, this file is /etc/resolv.conf
Drop one DNS-server per line, and optionally add "lookup file bind" as
first line if you wish to have your own entires in /etc/hosts to be
read before asking the nameservers.
I have openbsd 4.1 with two internal nic which is Wired and Wireless.
My wireless suddenly cannot become an access point. Previously, it can be an access point. I think openbsd cannot parse the /etc/hostname.ral0(Linksys WLMP-54GS).
I try to delete and recreate the file but still no luck.
Before this incident, when i delete ral0 file and reboot. I need to manually ifconfig address to wireless, then second time it will know how to parse the file and no need me to ifconfig for second time.
This is a second problem which is ping to openbsd from client and ping to client from openbsd. All ok but cannot browse or ping my ISP DNS server.
Below is my DHCP.conf
// General ISP nameserver here
// authoriative; I temporalily uncomment it.
And now you have entered the world of Peter. Welcome. Kindly check your
sanity at the door.
On BSDforums.org a few of us have tried to help him... I'm sorry, but
I've reached the conclusion that he is, well, beyond help. He doesn't
listen, and kluges and compounds his problems endlessly. Peter is what I
refer to as a "support black hole."
"A billion thanks" (a common tagline of his) if he stops requesting help
when he's not going to follow anyone's advice.
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Subject: Re: OpenBSD Strage Problem