Thanks for the quick response. I tried to follow the 2nd (easier suggestion), but the directions (below) don’t seem to apply in OSX 10.5.
It says: " Mac OS X
In recent versions, you call up the System Preferences, then click on the Network icon in the Networking & Internet group. The first tab is the TCP/IP tab. Most recent versions let you set up multiple â€œLocationsâ€ which you can select from a drop-down menu. These are named and stored settings. You can save your current Location settings, then edit it to add the DreamHost DNS servers in the space provided, then save that Location as â€œDreamHost Testingâ€ or some such. No need to write down the old addresses, and you can switch between the two configurations at any time!"
Any idea how to do it in Leopard?