Complete networking newbie here, so I'm sure I'm asking something stupid, but I promise I've spent a lot of time searching before asking the question.
All I want to do is have it so that my router (Cisco SR 520) will resolve a hostname to a local IP. The "ip host" command will do this on the router, but I want it for every connected client.
e.g. ip host fileserver 192.168.1.50
And then when a client connects to the router it is able to connect to the fileserver using the hostname rather than the IP. I guess this needs to be done at the DNS level, but any messing around with "ip dns server" doesn't seem to have worked either.
Thanks for your help.