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Can I add two nameserver entry (2 lines) into resolv.conf under FreeBSD 3.3 ?

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Yes, you can add 2 or more entries into resolv.conf.
You can do this if you want to add your primary DNS server and all your secundary DNS servers
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OK, thank you very much !

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