Re: Networkmanager inserting 'stray' DNS server in /etc/resolv.conf

On Thu, 2008-11-20 at 10:50 -0500, Rick Beldin wrote:
> Hi... 
> My environment: 
> Kernel: 2.6.24-21-386 on Ubuntu 8.04 (Hardy)
> HW:     Compaq nc6220 
> NM:     0.6.6-0ubuntu5
> At home,  I have wireless configured to get DNS from
> (  I never use wired connections at home.  When I 
> vpn into work,  the vpn software I use alters /etc/resolv.conf to 
> put the work dns servers in front of the home dns servers. 
> At the office, I exclusively used wired connections and despite that
> I find that nm will insert a DNS reference to the 'home' DNS server
> first.   Since I am behind a firewall, this ensures that every DNS 
> request I make first fails, and has to drop back to the internal 
> DNS servers.   I can't figure out where NM is getting this value. 
> I routinely hack it out, but a restart of NM puts is back. 

Do you have any DNS servers configured in /etc/network/interfaces?


> Is there a way to correct this or is this an artifact of this 
> version of NM? 
> Rick 
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