I'm working on setting up a home web/file server together with a new-to-me Cisco router. This router does not support setting ip addresses on the interfaces, because of some peculiarities (its a switch and a router). The result is most help focuses on dhcp, but I want to configure the server with a static IP. Then I discovered binding.
Now I have what I wanted, a permanent inside IP for the server. But, now I question how to setup the server--continue with DHCP for its address and DNS servers, or should I setup this CentOS server's network settings
/etc/resolv.conf using static settings? And what about DNS?