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hi

how can i view /change  the DNS configuration  in a mac machine running MacOS 8.0

please be patient in ur answer i ve been a long time Windows User and i repent to Macintosh
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Open your TCP/IP control panel which resides within your control panel folder which in turn resides within your system folder. There is a field near the bottom left of the window labeled "Name Server Addr:"...Thats your DNS information.
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