[dns-operations] A DNS and network security forced marriage

Ray.Bellis at nominet.org.uk Ray.Bellis at nominet.org.uk
Mon Mar 15 08:33:34 UTC 2010

> It's the client that decides to actually use the DNS IP addresses
> included in the DHCP lease.  DHCP clients I've used are able to be
> configured to retrieve an IP lease via DHCP while still using a
> statically configured DNS server.  This doesn't require extra work
> "every time you reconnect"; just once when you set it up.

Yes, you can normally override the DHCP configured resolvers.

Unfortunately that's a royal PITA if the client in question is nomadic 
(i.e. a laptop).

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