To complete unqualified domain name system (DNS) names that will be used to search and submit DNS queries at the client for resolution, you must have a list of DSN suffixes that can be appended to these DNS names.
For DHCP clients, this can be set by assigning the DNS domain name option (Option 15) and providing a single DNS suffix for the client to append and use in searches.
In some circumstances it is preferable that a DHCP client be configured by using multiple DNS suffixes, supported with the use of DHCP Search Option 119.
I am having difficutlies configure this option on Linux DHCP server. I get error emssages when set following for Option 119 or other options for 15.
supersede domain-search “example.com example.net”; (for Option 119).
Would you be able to tell me what the correct sentax for this option?