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How can I change the DNS server addresses?

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I would like to be able to change the DNS addresses by console. Is there a definite function or any concrete example that demonstrates how to do it?
asked Jul 10 in Rabbit Software by d.Mate New to the Community (0 points)

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From your code, you can call ifconfig() with the parameters IFS_NAMESERVER_SET (to clear all name servers and set the first one) and IFS_NAMESERVER_ADD (to add additional name servers).

If you're using the zconsole library, look at Samples/zconsole/userblock_tcpipconsole.c, it includes commands to change the DNS addresses:
Code:
{ "SET NAMESERVER", con_set_nameserver, help_set_txt }, { "ADD NAMESERVER", con_add_nameserver, help_add_nameserver_txt },
answered Jul 10 by TomCollins Veteran of the Digi Community (1,199 points)
Oh, wow. It's easier than I thought, it worked perfectly for me. Thank you very much for the reply.
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