DNS

The Domain Name System (DNS) is a system that provides a method for identifying hosts on the Internet using alphanumeric names called fully qualified domain names (FQDNs) instead of using difficult to remember numeric IP addresses. In other words, it translates domain names to IP addresses and vice versa.

DNS server is configured at the time of deployment. You can add additional IP addresses of the DNS servers to which device can connect for name resolution. When multiple DNS are configured, they are queried in the order as they are entered.

To configure DNS, go to System Management > System Settings > Network > DNS.

DNS List IPv4
Specify the DNS IP Address based on priority in DNS 1, DNS 2 and/or DNS 3.
Figure: DNS List
Note Do not forget to click Apply after adding new IP address to the DNS list.