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Old 19th September 2005, 23:14
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Your previous solution worked !! (as expected )
for dns, I did what you said, but used the ip-address of the router (he gets the dns's from my isp) .. It works for now (maybe sort of caching?)...
Otherwise I have to set the ip-address of the dns server of my isp.
If it works this way, it would be better, since my isp changes "sometimes" the ip-adresses of the nameserver (rarely)

Thanks anyway....

Still have a lot of questions, but it'll do for now....
and I'll search first on this GREAT site for an answer....

Stefan
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