In an attempt to better understand some troubleshooting experiences I am going through with two different routers, one of several questions comes to my mind. The one I want to address in this open post is as follows: Where does the value of Connection-specific DNS Suffix come from? For instance, when I run ipconfig, I see the value given for my Connection-specific DNS to be Belkin which makes sense because it is the name of the router interfacing this pc and connecting to the DSL modem via WAN port. However, I am not totally sure that is what it means though.
Could someone elaborate upon the connection-specific DNS suffix. Will it always have a value or is there ever a time where it is "ok" for nothing to appear there?
I will look forward to reviewing any feedback given to this question.