I'm trying to figure out why running dhclient on my interface sets /etc/resolv conf to the ip number of my gateway(router).
This entry is invalid and each and every time causes inability to resolve any address.
I would like to:
- stop dhclient from overwriting the /etc/resolv.conf or
- make dhclient write there the valid dns ip from my router
More on the environment: I'm using virtual Debian Wheezy as a client system on Windows Seven x64. It is run by Virtualbox with networking mode set to bridged (all packets from debian are injected to my network interface on windows).
If I manually configure the /etc/resolv.conf then everything works fine. Doing this on every boot is quite annoying..
PS> I know I can write a script to do it for me, but this is not the solution I want. //edit
- router ip:
- /etc/resolv.conf AFTER running dhclient eth0: "
- what I would like the /etc/resolv.conf to look like: "
nameserver 89.202.xxxx" (I don't have to provide the real ip do I? )
All other devices - laptop with Ubuntu, two phones with Android, laptop with Windows 7 are able to obtain correct DNS entries from the route