The first step in setting up a virtual network service (VNS) is to enable the DNS server, which is a Windows service that can be used to send and receive DNS requests.
You can then add your own DNS servers and configure them to route DNS requests to the correct DNS servers.
When you configure the DNS servers, you must also configure the domain names that are returned to the DNS clients.
This step requires you to configure the DHCP server to automatically add the appropriate domain names to the DHCP servers’ nameserver list.
The DNS servers must also be configured to use the correct local host name when communicating with a network interface (NIC).
These steps are explained in the following sections.