DNS domain setting




Type String
DHCP option number 15
ISC dhcpd syntax option domain-name


Display the DNS domain

  iPXE> show domain
  net0.dhcp/domain:string = example.com

Set the DNS domain manually

  iPXE> set domain example.com

Configure the DNS domain in ISC dhcpd

  # in /etc/dhcpd.conf
  option domain-name "example.com";


Specifies the DNS domain used as the default domain when resolving unqualified names. For example: if the DNS domain is set to “example.com”, then an attempt to resolve the name “foo” will use the DNS name “foo.example.com”.

See also

cfg/domain.txt · Last modified: 2011/03/24 02:11 by mcb30
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