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OS 10.4 - Multiple search domains in 10.4.11?


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Hi guys, been looking around a fair amount in the last few days for a solution to this, but cant seem to track one down. What I'm trying to do is just have multiple search domain entries under the TCP/IP network settings. From what I've read so far, multiple entries here should just be separated with a comma so, search.domain.one, search.domain.two.

The only problem is, this doesn't actually work..... Only the first entry here is effective, so anything relating to the second search domain doesn't actually resolve. Anyone know if there is a way to get this working?

Thanks in advance,

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So I'm guessing thats a no-one knows then...
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I'm assuming you mean DNS entries? They need to each be on a separate line.
Example:
208.67.222.222
208.67.220.220

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