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Provisioning Server - DNS Search with Multiple Domains

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Provisioning Server - DNS Search with Multiple Domains

Within our environment we have several internal dns names we use, and i need to get the polycom vvx411 phones we have to search them all as our skype/exchange environment is split across two domains.


i have found device.dns.domain seems to be the setting im looking for, but need clarification on the syntax for multiple domains (e.g.,


We already have DHCP option 15 set, but the phones dont seem to use this, as if i specify any shortname url, the phone cannot resolve it.

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Polycom Employee & Community Manager

Re: Provisioning Server - DNS Search with Multiple Domains

Hello @Aaron Smith ,


welcome back to the Polycom Community.

To my own personal knowledge the DNS parameter can only handle 1x DNS URL.

Please ensure to provide some feedback if this reply has helped you so other users can profit from your experience.

Best Regards

Steffen Baier

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Re: Provisioning Server - DNS Search with Multiple Domains

Sounds like were gonna have to specify any used address int he FQDN format then, appreciate the clarification.

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