Product and Software: This article applies to all RFprotect versions.
To do this, your DHCP server needs to supply the domain name suffix and a DNS server IP address to the client. Then the DNS server must have a record for RFprotect that points to the correct RFprotect server. With these set correctly, a Network Chemistry Sensor will do a DNS lookup for rfprotect.yourdomain.com and, if successful, will establish communications with the server.
The only step a user must take is to check the box next to the new sensor on the Sensor tab in the Configuration section.