What setting for DNS when there is no DNS server?
In linux, what should you set the DNS settings to when there is no DNS service that can be accessed? By design, not as a mistake (just to clarify).
So if you for instanced tried to access a DNS server it shouldn't even try and then timeout. It should just immediately return "host not found".
DustinB3403 last edited by
@Pete-S wouldn't you simply keep this blank?
black3dynamite last edited by
Dashrender last edited by Dashrender
Don't set an address and disable DNS deamon?
*edit - maybe the DNS client isn't an deamon? Not sure what I'm talking about... :)
wirestyle22 last edited by
Yeah I'd probably just do loopback