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Support for Clustered DNS Servers in IPAM

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Updated February 21, 2017

Overview

When using primary/secondary DNS servers that are both added to IPAM, you expect to see only one instance of DNS record, however, this one shows duplicate records of DNS.

Environment

IPAM 4.3.2 and later

Detail

Clustered DNS servers are not supported in these versions of IPAM. This issue might be fixed in future releases. 

 

 

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