Configuring Cisco ASA as a DNS Client

To be able to ping or perform any operation based on FQDN, ASA needs to be configured as a DNS client so that it can resolve names. It can also be also useful for WebVPN. If the ASA can resolve FQDNs, then only the WebVPN clients can browse FQDN URLs.

dns domain-lookup INSIDE
DNS server-group DefaultDNS


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