Enabling a DNS Edge Service Point v3 instance - BlueCat Integrity - 9.4.0

Address Manager Administration Guide

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BlueCat Integrity
Enabling a DNS Edge service point consists of the following steps:
  1. Configuring an additional IPv4 address
  2. Configuring a DNS Edge Service Point v3 instance
  • Once you click Update on the Service Point Configuration page, the DNS service on the DNS/DHCP Server, if configured, will be unavailable momentarily and will resume shortly. The DNS/DHCP server's non-DNS functions remain entirely unaffected. BlueCat strongly recommends scheduling a maintenance window during non-peak times to minimize the effects of the DNS service interruption.
  • Once the service point is initialized, the DNS/DHCP Server's roles and functions will remain unaffected.
  • To complete the configuration of the service point, you must direct the DNS client traffic to the service point.
  • The service point can be configured successfully on a DNS/DHCP Server with or without the NIC bonding setting.
  • When you enable the service point on DNS/DHCP Server, you can use BlueCat Threat Protection domain lists to protect against malicious DNS activity. For more information, refer to Domain lists.