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Yes, go to Grid DNS Properties, make sure you are in advanced mode, select Host Naming. You will see ... If you select the default column across from Allow Any, you can make it the default policy. You should now be able to create your wildcard
Author: Philip Parker, Infoblox Senior Technical Marketing Engineer There are m...
Infoblox's Advanced DNS Protection (ADP) product has many features that enhance...
I have opened a support request and response is: currently is not possible.
Yes this does occur, the previous copy of the security dashboard is renamed wit...
You could achieve this with extensible attributes (define point/port to subnet or shared network), and some WAPI calls to query, and request next available IP.
This is a Microsoft specific feature - https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc227278.aspx which can be addressed via option 43 in IPv4 DHCP Options either at the Grid Level, or per DHCP range.
It is only a recursive server
Unfortunately, IP->hostname is often not 1 to 1, otherwise your browser would do a reverse lookup, and display the name. It would be a feature of the browser, not the nameserver.
It sounds like it is in read-only mode. I suggest you look to the NIOS Administ...

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