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The location of the DNS configuration is not reasonable

Posted: 30 Jul 2018 09:22
by 744700595
Hello everyone. I want to respond to an opinion. Previously I used DHCP to assign IP, regardless of the network settings. I recently installed a custom hardware NAS. This motherboard does not have a graphics card, I can only use the default IP into the WEBGUI to set the required IP address.
I set up the IP from the network-LAN management, but I can't find the location of the DNS configuration. I have to manually modify /var/etc/resolv.conf for now.

Finally, I found it for a long time before I found the DNS configuration from the bottom of the regular. I don't know what the development team is thinking about. But I think it is unreasonable for DNS to be put in the routine. Since DNS is part of the network configuration, why should it be separated? WINDOWS are all placed in the same dialog.

The above is my confusion