What does the administrator need to do within the firewall policy to allow the rule to work correctly?

An administrator has defined a rule to allow traffic to and from a specific server by its Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN), because the server’s IP address varies based on the office in which a client is located. The administrator attempts to verify the rule and finds that the traffic is being blocked. The logs list the IP address of the server instead of its FQDN. What does the administrator need to do within the firewall policy to allow the rule to work correctly?

Question:

What does the administrator need to do within the firewall policy to allow the rule to work correctly?

Options:

Enable DNS lookup.

Enable reverse DNS lookup.

Disable Smart DNS.

Disable NetBIOS Protection.

Correct Answer

The Correct Answer for this Question is

Enable reverse DNS lookup.

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