Configure the DNS Service on the Prisma SD-WAN Interface
Configure the DNS Service on the Prisma SD-WAN web interface.
Create and configure both DNS Service
Roles and DNS Service Profiles from the Prisma SD-WAN web interface.
After the DNS roles and profiles are created, enable the DNS service
on the branch ION device.
Locally significant configuration and attributes are specified
at the device-level DNS service configuration, effectively augmenting or,
in some cases overriding the configuration specified in the DNS
DNS Service Roles
to group interfaces that have common functions. Some interfaces
listen for DNS requests, while others only forward DNS requests.
In some cases, interfaces listen and forward DNS requests. After
you assign a role to a specific DNS server's IP address in a global
DNS service profile, the role gets assigned at the device level.
DNS Service Profiles
is used to specify
configuration parameters for the DNS service. Commonly configured parameters
include DNS Servers, Domain to Address Mapping, Cache Configuration,
and DNSSEC Configuration. After the DNS service profile is created,
it is bound to a device.