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CSS11000 DNS function

Does anyone know if the CSS supports instead of serving a zone send dynamic DNS updates for a zone ?

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Re: CSS11000 DNS function

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Re: CSS11000 DNS function

DNS functionality on the CSS is pretty limited. The CSS can only resolve 'a' record requests for a particular sub-domian.

To make this work you'll need to configure NS records on higher level DNS servers using the circuit VLAN address of the CSS. From there, you type 'add DNS' and the domain name on the content rule for which you would like to resolve the request.

Hope that helps answer your question.

Cheers,

Perry.

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Re: CSS11000 DNS function

I think I understand your point, but since I am not a DNS guru I'd like to see an example. Do you have one?

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Re: CSS11000 DNS function

Yes it does, though I have never configured it so it works properly. The Doco on the website is not that specific

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