After you have successfully deployed BloxOne DDI on an on-prem host, you can start configuring global DNS properties and DNS configuration profiles to enable the DNS service on the host. The BloxOne DNS server resolves host names to IP addresses and supports 500 queries per second. In addition, it supports recursion, forwarding and secondary authoritative DNS and DNS server groups and access control list (ACL) templates.
With the BloxOne Threat Defense license, you can also configure DNS forwarding proxy on the same on-prem host that is running BloxOne DDI DNS. For more information, see Configuring DNS Forwarding Proxy (DFP) and BloxOne DDI DNS.
Use the following checklist to configure DNS on BloxOne DDI:
Decide if you want to configure Global DNS Properties
Decide if you want to configure DNS Configuration Profiles
Decide which type of DNS Zone you want to configure
You can configure multiple hosts in the application. Note that the deployment and service management are common functions. For more information, refer to the Installation Guide for BloxOne B1-105 Appliance.
For this release, DNS support is limited to recursive and secondary authoritative zones with external primary DNS servers only. BloxOne DDI does not currently support the creation of views or DNS records.
The DNS page on the Cloud Services Portal displays the following tabs:
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