Not it can not be directly used as a DNS server. But, you can give it the DNS server's address. The is useful if you want to telnet by name. For example, "router#telnet Cherry". The name cherry would be passed to the server doing DNS and come back with an ip address.
Thanks for the reply. I already have 20 DNS servers (Windows and Cobalt servers) pointing to 4 major DNS servers (also Cobalt) but they don't seem to be reliable. I'm thinking to place a Cisco router instead. The DNS I'm using is for Internet Access. So where can you point it to if you want to have your own DNS. I have more than a thousand user. We need the DNS so that when user types www.yahoo.com, the DNS will convert it to 188.8.131.52 as an example. Thanks
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