Note: These procedures are for netadmins who are administering networks. If you want to configure your own machine, see the DNS/DHCP pages.
Network administrators at Cornell use the DNS database to record and update DNS information for hosts on the subnets and domains that they administer. Changes made in this database will be uploaded to the Cornell production DNS servers every hour. Following are links to the DNS database:
Note: For wireless access points, you must enter information in two required fields. For more information, see How to Make Changes to a Host.
Note: As an alternative to the web interface, you can use the Batchload interface to add and delete hosts via batch command. Instructions for using the batch commands with the DNS batchload interface are available on the Batch Commands page.