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FusionAccess V100R006C20 on FusionCloud V100R006C10 Software Installation Guide 11 (Microsoft AD)

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Configuring AD/DNS/DHCP

Configuring AD/DNS/DHCP

Configuring DNS Forwarding (Used for Internet Access from Desktops)

Scenarios

Configuring DNS forwarding is required when user VMs need to connect to the external/public network.

This section describes how to configure DNS forwarding on the active and standby DNS servers.

Prerequisites

You have used the resource administrator account created in Dividing Cloud Resources to log in to the ServiceCenter tenant portal.

Procedure

Configuring DNS forwarding for the active DNS server

  1. Log in to active AD/DNS/DHCP ECS FA-AD-01 as user Administrator.
  2. On the taskbar, click .

    The Server Manager window is displayed.

  3. In the left navigation pane, click DNS.
  4. In the SERVERS area, right-click server name and choose DNS Manager from the shortcut menu.

    The DNS Manager dialog box is displayed.

  5. Expand DNS. Right-click the computer name, and choose Properties from the shortcut menu.
  6. On the Advanced tab page, deselect Disable recursion (also disable forwarders) and click Apply.
  7. On the Forwarders tab page, click Edit, enter the IP address or domain name of an external DNS server, and click OK.

    NOTE:

    A branded and reliable DNS server is recommended, such as:

    • DNS server 114.114.114.114 of China Telecom in China
    • DNS server 8.8.8.8 of Google outside China

Configuring DNS forwarding for the standby DNS server

  1. Log in to standby AD/DNS/DHCP ECS FA-AD-02 as user Administrator.
  2. Repeat Step 2 to Step 7 to configure DNS forwarding for the standby DNS server.

Configuring the DNS Forward Lookup Function

Scenarios

This section describes how to configure the DNS forward lookup function on the active DNS server.

Table 5-14 describes the differences when you configure the function on the active and standby DNS servers.

Table 5-14 Differences in configuring the DNS forward lookup function on the active and standby DNS servers

Operation

Active Server

Standby Server

Difference

Configure the DNS forward lookup function.

×

-

√ indicates that the operation needs to be performed. × indicates that the operation does not need to be performed.

NOTE:

If the domain name cannot be pinged when the DNS is installed separately, restart the Netlogon service in the Server Manager window.

Prerequisites

You have used the resource administrator account created in Dividing Cloud Resources to log in to the ServiceCenter tenant portal.

Procedure
  1. Log in to active AD/DNS/DHCP ECS FA-AD-01 as user Administrator.
  2. On the taskbar, click .

    The Server Manager window is displayed.

  3. In the navigation tree, choose DNS.
  4. In the SERVERS area, right-click server name and choose DNS Manager from the shortcut menu.

    The DNS Manager dialog box is displayed.

  5. In the navigation tree, choose DNS > Computer name > Forward Lookup Zones. Right-click the user domain, for example, vdesktop.huawei.com, and choose New Host from the shortcut menu, as shown in Figure 5-21.

    Figure 5-21 New Host

  6. Enter Name and IP address and select Create associated pointer (PTR) record. Click Add Host. Follow the prompts to configure the mapping between the vLB floating IP address and the terminal user login domain name.

    • Name: Enter the prefix of the terminal user login domain name. For example, if the user domain name vdesktop.huawei.com, enter fusionaccess in Name. Fully qualified domain name (FQDN) is changed to fusionaccess.vdesktop.huawei.com.
    • IP address: Enter the floating IP address planned for the VM where the vLB component is installed, that is, the actual value of Float IP Address recorded in Performing an Automated Installation, for example, 172.16.0.57.
    • Create associated pointer (PTR) record: Select it.

  7. Close the New Host window. In the navigation tree, expand Reverse Lookup Zones, right-click Reverse IP address segment, and choose Refresh from the shortcut menu. Check that the DNS reverse lookup information is automatically added.

Configuring User Image Parsing Zones

Scenarios

This section describes how to configure the public user VM image zone (desktop.com) on the active DNS server so that the DNS can parse hdc01.desktop.com and hdc02.desktop.com.

Table 5-15 describes the differences when you configure the parsing zone on the active and standby DNS servers.

Table 5-15 Differences in configuring the parsing zone on the active and standby DNS servers

Operation

Active Server

Standby Server

Difference

Configure user image parsing zones.

×

-

√ indicates that the operation needs to be performed. × indicates that the operation does not need to be performed.

Prerequisites

You have used the resource administrator account created in Dividing Cloud Resources to log in to the ServiceCenter tenant portal.

Procedure
  1. Log in to active AD/DNS/DHCP ECS FA-AD-01 as user Administrator.
  2. On the taskbar, click .

    The Server Manager window is displayed.

  3. In the navigation tree, choose DNS.
  4. In the SERVERS area, right-click server name and choose DNS Manager from the shortcut menu.

    The DNS Manager dialog box is displayed.

  5. In the navigation tree, choose DNS > Computer name. Right-click the computer name, for example, fa-ad-01.vdesktop.huawei.com, and choose New Area, as shown in Figure 5-22.

    Figure 5-22 Creating a region

  6. In the displayed New Zone Wizard dialog box, retain the default values for the parameters, click Next for four consecutive times, and enter desktop.com in Zone name, as shown in Figure 5-23.

    Figure 5-23 Zone name

  7. Click Next.
  8. In Forward Lookup Zone, right-click desktop.com and choose New Host from the shortcut menu, as shown in Figure 5-24.

    Figure 5-24 New Host

  9. Enter the HDC server information and select Create associated pointer (PTR) record. Click Add Host and complete the configuration of hdc01.desktop.com and hdc02.desktop.com as prompted.

    Table 5-16 New host information

    Name

    IP Address

    hdc01

    IP address of FA-MGR-01, for example, 172.16.0.13

    hdc02

    IP address of FA-MGR-02, for example, 172.16.0.14

    Figure 5-25 New Host

  10. Close the New Host window. In the navigation tree, expand Reverse Lookup Zones, right-click Reverse IP address segment, and choose Refresh from the shortcut menu. Check that the DNS reverse lookup information is automatically added.
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