How can I configure DNS and WINS server settings for VPN

SSL VPN > Client Settings - SonicWall For appliances supporting connections from Apple iPhones, iPads, or other iOS devices using SonicWALL Mobile Connect, the DNS Domain is a required field. This DNS domain is set on the VPN interface of the iPhone/iPad after the device makes a connection to the appliance. Configure the appliance to resolve Internal - SonicWall This article describes on how to configure the SonicWall to resolve internal Domain names and IP addresses. Incorrect configuration could lead to these issues: Unable to resolve local resources. Analyzer /GMS reports show internal Private IPs instead of the machine name.

In this test, a VPN tunnel between two SonicWALL Appliances with VPN functionality, both located behind DSL Connection with dynamic IP-Addresses has been established. As Firmware, Version 6.4 was used. Additionally, an account from a provider offering dynamic DNS translation and a software tool to update

I'm trying to get my DNS working coirrectly across a site-to-site VPN connection. My initial problem is I dont seem to cleanly have DNS queries for my VPN LAN go through the tunnel whilst all other queries are resolved out to the web. I have an improvement on previous setup but still not ideal. WI I'm looking to add a static DNS entry to a SonicWALL, is this possible? Please notice I said entry, not server. We do not have an in-house DNS server, all DNS requests are forwarded to the ISP's DNS servers. We are adding Ubiquiti AP's which we manage externally, we are looking to add an entry that forwards them to the public IP of our controller.

In this test, a VPN tunnel between two SonicWALL Appliances with VPN functionality, both located behind DSL Connection with dynamic IP-Addresses has been established. As Firmware, Version 6.4 was used. Additionally, an account from a provider offering dynamic DNS translation and a software tool to update

Configuring DNS Proxy in Sonic OS 6.2.7.1 and - SonicWall With DNS Proxy, LAN Subnet devices use the SonicWall firewall as the DNS Server and send DNS queries to the firewall. The firewall proxies the DNS queries to the real DNS Server. In this way, the firewall is the central management point for the network DNS traffic, providing the ability to manage the DNS queries of the network at a single point.