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Default dhcpd and dns

Hi.

My openbsd machine is firewall/gateway and dhcp server for other computers at my office. Now the computers uses ISP dns for resolving hostnames, but i'd like them to use my openbsd for name resolving. So i can change
"option domain-name-servers dns.of.my.isp;" to
"option domain-name-servers 192.168.1.1;",
which is the address of openbsd internal interface, but that's not enough, though. Is there something i'm missing in resolv.conf, or i just have to run named for such intentions?

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