Media Flow Controller Web-Based Interface : System Config Tab : System Config > DNS

System Config > DNS
View, add, modify, or remove Static and Dynamic Name Servers and Domain Names from your Domain Name System (DNS).
Static and Dynamic Name Servers
View all configured static and dynamic name servers.
IP Address—Of the configured name server.
Active—Whether or not this name server is being used currently.
Source—”Configured” means it was manually added; “Dynamic” means it came from a name server.
Add or Modify Name Servers
You can set up to three dynamic name servers. See Figure 21.
Primary DNS IP address—This name server is tried first.
Secondary DNS IP address—This name server is tried second.
Tertiary DNS IP address—This name server is tried last.
Click Apply to immediately apply changes; Cancel to revert to existing configuration. Click Save at the top of the page to make changes persistent.
Figure 21 System Config > DNS Page Detail (Add or Modify Name Servers)
Static and Dynamic Domain Names
View all configured static and dynamic domain names:
Domain—The configured name for that domain.
Active—Whether or not this domain name is being used currently.
Source—”Configured” means it was manually added; “Dynamic” means it came from a name server.
Configured Domain Names
All configured domain names. You can select a name and click Remove Selected. Click Save at the top of the page to make changes persistent. See Figure 22.
Figure 22 System Config > DNS Page Detail (Configured Domain Names)
Add New Domain Name
Enter a name and click Add Domain Name to add a new configured domain name; can be removed from the list of Configured Domain Names described above. Click Save at the top of the page to make changes persistent. See Figure 23.
Figure 23 System Config > DNS Page Detail (Add New Domain Name)

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