Whatever configuration that we are discussing is related to DNS traffic only. As per my understanding, this shouldn't affect your group policy updates from DC etc. For that your system should be part of domain that's it and there should be reachability between PCs and DC.
Yes. just now i tried the putting my PC with this new interface IP, am able to resolve dns names also my PC is effecting changes via domain and dns.
Thanks BK and Mayur for making me understand.
Now the problem is the same with DNS proxy(ie PAN) also, am not able to resolve any internal URLs (like 172.16.60.X:8888) to resolve i want to know how to add/or put ports insode the DNS proxy rules inside PAN.
Have you added DNS proxy rules?
Under DNS proxy rules, you can add internal URLs and under domain name section (without port) and internal DNS servers under Primary and Secondary tab. With this, PA firewall will forward mentioned domains to mentioned dns servers. Just make sure, there is reachability internal DNS servers IPs.
The other way is to add static entries. Under Static entries tab, enter FQDN and it's associated address.
Hope it helps!
Yes i added both dns proxy rules and static entries.
But inside the static entry page also the address need to mention for a fqdn also is only taking ( 172.X.X.X) NOT (172.X.X.X:8888)
i wanna achieve the latter part of this.
becoz there are servers internally which is running on different services.
otherwise all is working fine. but i cannot move forward if other teams are not able to access these servers for their activity.
You can't add port in this settings, firewall will not allow to configure same.
Also your requirement should be fulfilled without adding port. If you are using DNS proxy rule, you just add DNS server IP against the internal URL. And under static entries, you just need to mention URL against its associated IP. For this, it is not required to configure service port, it should work properly.
Yes you are right.
Becoz we understand is that the dns proxy is doing its job by resolving the URls to IPs configured in the DNS-Proxy.
About Port issue i believe it out of this topic..
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