Figure 4-5 To create a DNS host A

3. Expand the tree menu on the left to display the Domain on which you are deploying LCS. 4. From the Actions menu, select New Host (A), as shown in Figure 4-7. Figure 4-7 5. The New Host window will open (refer to Figure 4-5). 6. In the Name field, enter the name of the LCS server or the LCS pool name. Just enter the name of the server or pool, not the FQDN of the pool or server. The grayed out FQDN field will automatically create the FQDN for you. 7. In the IP address field, enter the address as follows: . If the DNS host A record is for a server, enter the IP address of the server. . If the DNS host A record is for a pool, enter the IP address of either the load balancer or a LCS pool server, depending on whether you have deployed only one pool server or a load-balanced pool. 8. Click the Add Host button. DNS SRV Records To complete the automatic configuration process, DNS SRV records must be applied within DNS. The purpose of a DNS SRV record is to assign a specific protocol for the connection. As an example, most of us know of Transmission Control Protocol (TCP). TCP is a specific protocol that is used to send data packets. Transport Layer Security (TLS) is another protocol used to send data packets over a secured connection. SRV records provide actual network service records to enable you to find network resources within a specific domain based on the connection or protocol type. LCS uses DNS SRV records for automatic configuration so that when the client performs its DNS query and finds the associated DNS host A record, the client will be connected to a DNS SRV record to identify the protocol that the client will use to communicate between users. If you enable TLS within your LCS infrastructure and you are using 78 Chapter 4

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