After interconnecting Workspace with Microsoft AD and enabling private line access, if you want to use the domain name as the Internet access address, you must configure domain name resolution on your DNS. In this way, the private line access address is converted to the Internet access address.
- Log in to the DNS server as the administrator.
- On the task bar, click .
The Server Manager window is displayed.
- In the navigation pane on the left, click DNS.
- In the SERVER area, right-click server name and choose DNS Manager.
The DNS Manager window is displayed.
- In the navigation tree, choose DNS > Computer name > Forward Lookup Zone. Right-click the user domain, for example, workspace.enterprise.com, and choose New Host from the shortcut menu.
- Enter the following information, select Create associated pointer (PTR) record, and click Add Host.
- Name: Enter the domain name in the Internet access address. For details about the Internet access address, see Changing the Internet Access Address.
- IP address: Enter the private line access address. For details about the private line access address, see configuration information on the Dashboard page.
- Select Create associated pointer (PTR) record to add reverse lookup data at the same time.
- Close the Add Host window. In the navigation tree, unfold Reverse Lookup Zones, right-click Reverse IP address segment, and choose Refresh from the shortcut menu. Check whether the DNS reverse lookup information is automatically added.