The Internet Manager automatically configures a caching nameserver. This allows you to make use of the root nameservers out on the Internet to resolve domain names. However, if you already have a nameserver for your domain configured on a different machine to resolve names in your own domain as well as those out on the Internet, you may want to configure your SCO OpenServer system to use that nameserver instead.
To do so:
domain yourdomain.COM nameserver IP address your nameserver hostresorder local bind
For example, if your domain is foo.COM, and the IP address of your nameserver is 184.108.40.206, this file would look like this:
domain foo.COM nameserver 220.127.116.11 hostresorder local bind
To configure a primary or secondary nameserver on your SCO OpenServer system, see ``Configuring the Domain Name Service''.