Modify Resolver Configuration

The resolver configuration file (/etc/resolv.conf) is a configuration file for name server routines. Normally you do not need to modify resolv.conf.

NOTE: Do not modify the IP values unless you know what you are doing. If they are not altered properly, your server will not function properly.

  1. To access the Networking Setup Menu, click on Networking Setup, on the main screen of your WebHost Manager interface.
  2. Click on Modify Resolver Configuration.
  3. Click on Continue.
  4. Read the information unless you are sure that you know what you are doing. Enter your primary resolver's IP address in the Primary Resolver field.
  5. Enter additional resolver IP addresses in the Secondary Resolver and Tertiary Resolver fields, if required.
  6. Click on Continue.

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