If you are using "ip address dhcp" on your interface, you should already be receiving DNS information. To allow clients to query the router for DNS which will in turn query your ISP DNS servers, do the following:
1. add "dns-server to your DHCP scope
2. add the global config command "ip dns server"
3. Make sure that DNS lookup is enabled with the command "ip domain-lookup"
Take a look at the following link for more details:
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