Configuring name service resolution order
To configure the order of the name services that a client will
use for resolving domain names and IP addresses:
Services Name resolution order
in the Client Manager.
Select a service from the Available services list, and click on
Add to add it to the Configured services list.
To remove a configured service, select it
from the Configured services list,
and click on Remove.
The list of configured services is in the order in which they will be tried
when a client tries to resolve a hostname or IP address.
If necessary, use Promote and Demote to change the
order of the services.
The default order is NIS, /etc/hosts, and DNS.
Click on OK to exit.
This procedure modifies the file /etc/resolv.conf.
If the file does not exist, the Client Manager creates
it upon exit when name service resolution order values are
for a description of the format of this file.
Some client applications may choose to ignore the specified order,
and use their preferred method for name resolution instead.
Configuring an NTP client
Configuring a default route
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SCO OpenServer Release 6.0.0 -- 05 June 2007