Configuring and Viewing Additional Network Information
Beginning in Privileged EXEC mode, use the following commands to
configure a DNS server, the default domain name, and a static host name-to-
address entry. Use the show commands to verify configured information and
to view dynamic host name mappings.
CTRL + Z
show ip interface vlan 1 Verify the network information for VLAN 1.
show ip address-conflict View the status information corresponding to the last
clear ip address-conflict-
Enter Global Configuration mode.
Enable IP DNS-based host name-to-address translation.
Enter the IP address of an available name server to use to
resolve host names and IP addresses.
You can specify up to six DNS servers. The first server you
configure is the primary DNS server.
Define a default domain name to complete unqualified
Use to configure static host name-to-address mapping in
the host cache.
Trigger the switch to run active address conflict detection
by sending gratuitous ARP packets for IPv4 addresses on
Exit to Privileged EXEC mode.
Verify the configured network information and view the
dynamic host mappings.
detected address conflict.
Clear the address conflict detection status in the switch.
Setting Basic Network Information