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DNS Resolver

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To set DNS resolver options, choose Options >??Setup > TFTP Server >??DNS Resolver.

DNS Resolver resolves the IP addresses in ARP reports based on the server settings below.

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Note: The Resolve IP addresses to Hostnames check box must be checked.

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1. Select either Resolve using known DNS server(s) or Resolve by auto detection of DNS server(s).

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2. By default there is a list of internal IP address ranges listed (10.x.x.x , 192.168.x.x , 169.254.x.x , 172.16.x.x , 172.17.x.x , 172.18.x.x , 172.19.x.x , 172.20.x.x , 172.21.x.x , 172.22.x.x , 172.23.x.x , 172.24.x.x , 172.25.x.x , 172.26.x.x , 172.27.x.x , 172.28.x.x , 172.29.x.x , 172.30.x.x , 172.31.x.x)

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3. To add more internal IP address ranges, click Add. You can remove any added ranges by selecting the range and then clickin Remove.

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4. Select the NetBIOS/DNS Server to resolve.

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5. Enter the primary and alternate DNS server IP addresses for both internal and external DNS servers.

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6. Specify the days to flush DNS cache.

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7. Specify DNS Query time out.

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8. Save the changes.

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