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OceanStor 9000 V300R006C00 File System Feature Guide 12

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After the configuration of InfoEqualizer, the client can resolve the domain name, and access file sharing services through the domain name.


  1. Configure the DNS IP address on clients.
    • If Windows 7 is used:
    1. Choose Start > Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Center > Change adapter settings.
    2. Double-click Local Area Connection. In the Local Area Connection Status dialog box that is displayed, click Properties.
    3. Double-click Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4). On the page that is displayed, specify the DNS server as
    4. Click OK to return to the Local Area Connection Properties dialog box and click OK.
    • If Linux SLES 11 is used:
    1. Log in to a client as the root user and run yast2.
    2. Choose Network Devices > Network Settings > Hostname/DNS.
    3. In Name Server on the page that is displayed, enter the IP address ( of the external DNS server.

    In this application example, there is no newly created subnet, so we can just configure the InfoEqualizer DNS IP address on clients.

  2. On clients, verify that the InfoEqualizer domain name can be resolved to return a corresponding IP address. Take, the dynamic domain name of zone1 as an example.

    • Windows: On the CLI, run nslookup
    • Linux: In Terminal, run nslookup
    Table 2-15 shows the the relationship between the domain names and zones.
    Table 2-15  Relationship between domain names and zones

    Domain name


    Dynamic domain name:

    Static domain name:


    Dynamic domain name:

    Static domain name:


    Dynamic domain name:

    Static domain name:


Follow-up Procedure

For details about how to use domain names to access sharing services, see Mounting and Accessing a Shared Folder on a Linux Client, Mounting and Accessing a Shared Folder on a Mac OS X Client and Accessing a Shared Folder on a Windows Client in OceanStor 9000 File System Administrator Guide.

Updated: 2019-06-27

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