Applications and workloads running in a private cloud environment require name resolution and DHCP services for lookup and IP address assignment. A proper DHCP and DNS infrastructure is required to provide these services. You can configure your private cloud NSX-T to provide DHCP and DNS service or set up a virtual machine (VM) to provide these services in your private cloud.
To set up DNS and DHCP services using NSX-T:
Before you begin
Use a virtual machine template or ISO to create a VM.
Linux-based DNS server setup
Linux offers various packages for setting up DNS servers. For information about setting up an open-source BIND DNS server, see How To Configure BIND as a Private Network DNS Server on CentOS 7.
For information about DNS and DHCP in the Windows Server environment, see the following pages: