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Old 9th September 2010, 08:45
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Red face what are nameserver ip address should be displayed when cat /etc/resolv.conf?

hi guys im new to dns i am following the http://www.howtoforge.com/perfect-se...ispconfig-3-p2 tutorial i had a simple doubt in the cat /etc/resolv.conf
at first i describe my network and system
i got 16 static public ip and dhcp is enabled in the modem / router provided by isp now i had planned to develop a ispconfig 3 with dns and webserver together,
im using a static public ip for the machine network interface card and what should i need to provide for nameserver did i need to provide the same static ip used for eth1 or i need to provide dns ip adress provided by my isp
as i learned from my friends dns server should be configured with same ipaddress as eth1 but if i configure i couldnt able to connect to internet also

Please help me as soon as possible
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