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Old 07-25-2001

If I recall correctly, kppp has an option to disable existing DNS information while it's running. In that case, it uses the values you plugged in when you set up the connection. When setting up or editing an account, click the "DNS" tab. Make sure you have correct information in the fields. Also, you will notice towards the bottom, there is a checkbox allowing you to turn the disabling of your current DNS on or off.

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rpc.nisd_resolv(1M)													       rpc.nisd_resolv(1M)

NAME
rpc.nisd_resolv - DNS service daemon for NIS SYNOPSIS
file_descriptor]] transport] program_number] DESCRIPTION
is an auxiliary process which provides DNS forwarding service for NIS hosts requests. The process is started by (NIS server) when invoked with the option. It requires the file to be set up for communication with a DNS nameserver. The utility can be used to verify communica- tion with a DNS nameserver. See resolv.conf(4) and nslookup(1). Although it is not recommended, can also be started independently with the following options. Options Uses the specified file descriptor for service Runs in foreground. Uses the specified transient program number for RPC service procedure. Uses the specified transport. Operates in verbose mode. Sends output to: Operates in verbose mode. Sends output to stdout. AUTHOR
was developed by Sun Microsystems, Inc. FILES
resolver configuration file. SEE ALSO
nslookup(1), ypserv(1M), resolv.conf(4), ypfiles(4). rpc.nisd_resolv(1M)

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