Just installed 12 x64 with no issues except good 'ol Network Manager still doesn't allow me to configure a DSL connection for my system. No matter though because a quick flirt with pppoeconf via the terminal got this sorted. As I'm now in unfamiliar territory though, please can someone tell me how I can replace my ISP's default DNS servers with my own preferences?
make your desired changes. ctrl+o to save, ctrl+x to exit Then you can test with nslookup or the digg command
It not make permanent DNS server. If you reconnect again , it will change to default ISP server. i am using mobile broadband , in gnome you have setting to manually add DNS server. But i didn't see in KDE.
I see, I didn't know you were on mobile broadband, my mistake.
Does this help your cause:
"First, open the KDE Network Manager settings, switch to "Mobile Broadband" and select "Edit". Select the "IP Address" tab. Select "Automatic (DHCP) Addresses only". You will then be able to enter DNS Server addresses."