Secure Mobile Access 12.4 Administration Guide

Configuring Domain Name Service

Configuring a DNS server enables the appliance to correctly resolve host names. Properly configuring DNS ensures that the appliance can provide access to your network resources.

To configure DNS name resolution

  1. In the AMC, navigate to System Configuration > Network Settings.

    1. In the Name Resolution section, click Edit.

      The Name Resolution page displays.

  2. In the Private search domains field, type one or more DNS domain names for your company with a semicolon (;) separator (such as example.com; sales.example.com). This domain name will be appended to unqualified host names to resolve them. You can enter a maximum of six domain names, separated by semicolons.

  3. In the DNS servers fields, type the IP addresses of your primary and (if applicable) backup DNS servers. The backup servers are used if the primary server is unavailable.

    Although three DNS fields are provided, only the first two DNS values will be used for Windows-based clients.

  4. Click Save.

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