SystemD’s implementation of resolved works well enough if you don’t have a lab or internal DNS servers like I have. I have found that it is easiest to manage DNS on Ubuntu if you disable resolved entirely. This post will show you how to turn off systemd-resolved.
Turn off systemd-resolved
Run the following commands to disable the resolved service:
# systemctl disable systemd-resolved # systemctl stop systemd-resolved
Remove the symlinked resolv.conf file
# rm /etc/resolv.conf
And finally create your new resolv.conf file
# emacs /etc/resolv.conf
Add in your DNS servers and search domain:
nameserver 192.168.0.2 nameserver 192.168.0.3 search admintome.home
Save the file and you’re done.
You now know how to turn off systemd-resolved!
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