DNS Proxy Configuration Example
Specify Switch A as the DNS server of Switch B (the DNS client).
Switch A acts as a DNS proxy. The IP address of the real DNS server is 184.108.40.206.
Switch B implements domain name resolution through Switch A.
Figure 1-8 Network diagram for DNS proxy
Before performing the following configuration, assume that Switch A, the DNS server, and the host are
reachable to each other and the IP addresses of the interfaces are configured as shown in
Configure the DNS server
This configuration may vary with different DNS servers. When a Windows server 2000 acts as the DNS
server, refer to
Dynamic Domain Name Resolution Configuration Example
Configure the DNS proxy
# Specify the DNS server 220.127.116.11.
[SwitchA] dns server 18.104.22.168
# Enable DNS proxy.
[SwitchA] dns proxy enable
Configure the DNS client
# Enable the domain name resolution function.
[SwitchB] dns resolve
for related configuration