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Re: [vox-tech] comcast broadband DNS



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On Monday 05 April 2004 10:41 pm, dylan dylan-at-iici.no-ip.org |lugod| wrote:
> hi everyone:
>
> here is a question that has bugged me continuously....
>
> how does one go about getting the DNS entries for comcast braodband...?
>
> any ideas?

Are they DHCP, PPPoE, etc? You should be assigned a DNS server when you 
connect. If not, then call them and ask what to use for your DNS server.

Or am I TOTALY off on what you're asking?

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