Address Manager supports two interfaces — eth0 and eth1. The eth0 interface is the default interface for all services and management traffic, including DNS, DHCP, and SNMP. The eth1 interface can be used for network redundancy on Address Manager appliances only.
Address Manager customers can enable network redundancy from the Address Manager user interface and view the status of port bonding from the Address Manager Administration Console.
- For details, refer to Enabling network redundancy on Address Manager.
DNS/DHCP Server includes multi-interface support for BlueCat DNS/DHCP Server appliances and virtual machines. 3-port DNS/DHCP Server VMs support eth0, eth1, and eth2; 4-port DNS/DHCP Server appliances support eth0, eth1, eth2, and eth3.
You can also configure VLAN and bonding interfaces, as well as assign additional IPv4 service addresses and loopback addresses.
If you are using cloud VMs such as AWS and Azure, you cannot modify interfaces via the the Administration Console, instead, use your respective cloud portals to modify your interfaces.