Add the Search Domains to the Ethernet Adapters

Ethernet kartlarınıza aşagıdaki scripti kullanarak birden fazla Search Domain ekleyebilirsiniz.

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# Add the JHUAPL Search Domains to the Ethernet Adapter(s)
# Crafted by Christopher Miller for ITSD-ISS of JHU-APL
# Dated: 20130409 for the Imaging Team at APL.
# LastMod: 20150903
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#!/bin/bash

### Ensure we are running this script as root ###
rootcheck () {
if [ “`/usr/bin/whoami`” != “root” ] ; then
/bin/echo “script must be run as root”
exit 0
fi
}
#################################################

### End Functions ###

# Set to the default BASH limiters
IFS=$’ \t\n’

# Manually specify the DNS entries (separated by space) to be added to each Ethernet port below, add/remove as needed
# Manually specify the ports to ignore such as Bluetooth, FireWire, etc.
# Enter your own variables below=
DNS=”domain.YYYYY.com.tr ddomain.ZZZZ.com.tr” #Add your own DNS Searches here on this line#
NoModList=”Bluetooth FireWire”
NoModList_Pattern=$( echo $NoModList | sed ‘s/ /|/g’ )
# Set the delimiter to a newline and NOT a space to keep port names whole
# Find the identities of the ‘en’ ports we wish to edit DNS info, filter out the No Mods to be ignored
IFS=$’\n’
PortList=$(networksetup -listallhardwareports | grep “Device: en” -B 2 | grep “Hardware Port:” | cut -c 16-100 | egrep -v -e $NoModList_Pattern)
# Now, for each port listed in PortList, add the DNS entries
# If an error presents during a config set (missing adapters), don’t report the error, 1>/dev/null
for i in $PortList ; do
echo “taking action for port “: $i
IFS=$’ \t\n’
sudo networksetup -setsearchdomains “$i” “”$DNS”” 1>/dev/null
done
# Echo out that we’re finished adding the DNS entries to the found ports
echo “Done! The discovered Ethernet ports “$PortList”, have been modified”
# End the script here
exit 0

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