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i also like to known if someone else is working on this. Please send feedbacks/bug reports/patches/anything else directly on ipsec-tools-devel or freebsd-net MLs (for respective patches), so everyone interested will have the info. Any idea what's wrong?? In your example you sucessfully queried WINS but did not retrieve a result for google.com. navigate here

Try adding them to DNS and see what happens should work Faq Reply With Quote May 31st, 2008,08:11 PM #3 fishtoprecords View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage  Contributing User Did a thief think he could conceal his identity from security cameras by putting lemon juice on his face? Code: hosts: files dns mdns wins This will allow ordinary TCP/IP programs to resolve hostnames with netbios, so you can, for instance, do "ping " instead of "ping 192.168.1.xxx". This also happens the other way around (pinging Ubuntu machines from other machines).

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Faq Reply With Quote May 17th, 2011,03:18 PM #9 No Profile Picture m_drunk View Profile View Forum Posts  Registered User Devshed Newbie (0 - 499 posts)  Join Date The base C library contains the functions such as gethostbyname that do DNS lookups. If so, could you tell me where? But when I want to ping a computer on the Internet, unless I know the IP address, I'm out of luck.

This method becomes little unwieldy if you have a lot of machines on the network, if so then I suggest writing a shell script to automate this process a little bit, Maybe i'm totally blind. > > > Regards > Volker > > > freenas:~# hostname > freenas.local > > freenas:~# cat /etc/resolv.conf > search localdomain nameserver 172.16.194.2 > > freenas:~# cat Comments on this post Boy-Roy  agrees Faq Reply With Quote May 18th, 2011,04:40 AM #10 No Profile Picture punkboii View Profile View Forum Posts  Contributing User Devshed Newbie Thanks!

So, you'll either need to create a CNAME for localdomain in a DNS zone file - or better; search: localhost, or local in your resolv.conf file. :) Best wishes. --Chris On Since I'm not too good at interpreting that output :p –Ivarpoiss Mar 29 '14 at 19:03 @Ivarpoiss Only in the nsswitch.conf file you posted. –jordanm Mar 29 '14 at Any idea what's wrong?? Faq Reply With Quote June 1st, 2008,11:22 AM #4 No Profile Picture johnnybeem View Profile View Forum Posts  Contributing User Devshed Newbie (0 - 499 posts)  Join Date

Maybe i'm totally blind. > > > Regards > Volker > > > freenas:~# hostname > freenas.local > > freenas:~# cat /etc/resolv.conf > search localdomain nameserver 172.16.194.2 > > freenas:~# cat Browse other questions tagged debian dns vmware or ask your own question. Faq Reply With Quote May 19th, 2011,04:01 AM #12 No Profile Picture punkboii View Profile View Forum Posts  Contributing User Devshed Newbie (0 - 499 posts)    forum.lissyara.su Не сбить нас с верного пути, нам по фигу куда идти Пропустить Поиск Расширенный поиск Ссылки Непрочитанные сообщения Темы без ответов Активные темы Поиск Наша команда FAQ Вход Регистрация На

Can someone tell me how to get the FreeBSD machine to recognize site names, not just addresses? check over here If i use DHCP i'm not able to ping myself using the hostname (and hostname+domain). A weather plasmoid in pythoncout << About programming, Linux, music, stars, life and everything; Offline #9 2010-03-05 18:59:57 kgas Member From: Qatar Registered: 2008-11-08 Posts: 718 Re: Cannot resolve hostname [solved] Faq Reply With Quote May 19th, 2011,07:38 AM #13 No Profile Picture SimonJM View Profile View Forum Posts  Contributing User Devshed Frequenter (2500 - 2999 posts)   

Not the answer you're looking for? I can ping the VM from the host system without problems using the VM hostname 'freenasl.local', so there is no problem with the internal VMWare DNS server. i think lagg will not help. his comment is here And while everything above is right, it's not how the problem is generally solved.

Faq Reply With Quote Share This Thread  Tweet This + 1 this Post To Linkedin Subscribe to this Thread  Subscribe to This Thread « Previous Thread | Next Thread So, you'll either need to create a CNAME for localdomain in a DNS zone file - or better; search: localhost, or local in your resolv.conf file. :) Best wishes. --Chris On Can anyone give me some hints or tipps?

Is LAGG load balancing of no use at IP level?

Regards Volker freenas:~# hostname freenas.local freenas:~# cat /etc/resolv.conf search localdomain nameserver 172.16.194.2 freenas:~# cat /etc/hosts ::1 localhost localhost.local 127.0.0.1 localhost localhost.local freenas:~# netstat -r Routing tables Internet: Destination Gateway Flags Refs The strange thing is that i > can't reproduce this on my 'real' system (with Fritzbox router) but in a > VM (VMWare Player). All rights reserved Home Forums Articles Badges Privacy Policy Support Sitemap Newsletter Signup Free Web Developer Tools

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If I ping IPs on the local network (e.g. Schon vom neuen GMX MultiMessenger geh?rt? facebook google twitter rss Free Web Developer Tools Advanced Search  Forum Operating Systems Linux Help Can't ping hostnames, only IPs Thread: Can't ping hostnames, only IPs Share This Thread  http://outwardsound.com/freebsd-cannot/freebsd-cannot-open-termcap.html How to make my logo color look the same in Web & Print?

But when I try to ping hostnames on my home network from Ubuntu, the ping says "ping: unknown host ". Also some FreeNAS users have the same problem with > 'real' hardware, too. > I can ping the VM from the host system without problems using the VM > hostname 'freenasl.local', Schon vom neuen GMX MultiMessenger geh?rt? The strange thing is that i > can't reproduce this on my 'real' system (with Fritzbox router) but in a > VM (VMWare Player).

Faq Reply With Quote May 31st, 2008,07:01 PM #2 No Profile Picture punkboii View Profile View Forum Posts  Contributing User Devshed Newbie (0 - 499 posts)    Maybe i'm totally blind. Faq Reply With Quote November 22nd, 2008,08:28 AM #8 No Profile Picture IAARep-DLE View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage  Registered User Devshed Newbie (0 - 499 posts)  you might have to add all the IP's into DNS, I don't think unix works the same as windows in regards to DNS, I think that Windows broadcasts all the names

so the host name is sent to the DNS (what U got in resolv.conf) instead of being resolved locally, for reasons unknown.Verify it like this: # tcpdump -nni eth0 port 53 You have to specify your hostname there too, i.e.# # /etc/hosts: static lookup table for host names # # 127.0.0.1 localhost.localdomain localhost moonlight Offline #13 2010-03-06 07:13:22 rangalo Member Another option is that you could run a local name server and have all of the local machines first try to resolve the ip addresses on the local DNS first, and I just need my friends to be able to connectmy ftp server via dynamic ip.I guess it's not enough to define your hostname in "rc.conf"it must be defined in "hosts" too.Thanks

when winbind is installed, it's always nice to add "wins" to the hosts: line in /etc/nsswitch.conf. I have to go to one of the Win95 units, run CuteFTP, using the domain name, like ftp.freebsd.org, and when the IP address appears I write it down and then use Hello Nobody Logout Sign In or Sign Up (Why?) HomeRefine Search    Messages per Month     Sort by Relevance Date, Forward Date, Backward Start a set with this searchInclude this search in one of What crime would be illegal to uncover in medieval Europe?

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