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airwave 8.2 clarity DNS information

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Airwave 8.2 not displaying Clarity>DNS

 

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Re: airwave 8.2 clarity DNS information

You should open a TAC case.  If you are seeing other Clarity pieces, you should be seeing all of them.

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Re: airwave 8.2 clarity DNS information

Had this as well it is listing other external DNS servers just not our internal DNS Servers anymore was ok in BETA B and F, where it listed our Internal DNS only before.

 

 

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Re: airwave 8.2 clarity DNS information

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Jason,

 

If any users had a VPN client and they requested DNS during a VPN connection, those dns servers would show up, as well.

 

EDIT:  Jason we need to track down those DNS servers that you have seen and find out if any other clients, like guest clients might have used those servers to resolve anything.  I don't want to assume anything about your setup.

Colin Joseph
Aruba Customer Engineering

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Re: airwave 8.2 clarity DNS information

I Looked into a few of them and they are Public DNS Servers, Looks like a few Clients are using DHCP and Static DNS Servers, On Our Firewall We Block all DNS Unless it comes from our Internal DNS and that does look like its reporting proporly as there are 100% DNS Failures. Just wierd non of our actualy DNS Servers show up anymore.

 

Looks like OpenDNS Servers people are trying to use.

 

Server                                                                                        DNS Failures%

208.67.220.220100% (446/446)
208.67.222.222100% (259/259)
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