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Specify the DNS settings for the 
BlackBerry Connectivity
 app

You can specify the DNS servers that you want the 
BlackBerry Connectivity
 app to use for secure tunnel connections. You can also specify DNS search suffixes. If you do not specify DNS settings, the app obtains DNS addresses from the computer that hosts the 
BlackBerry Secure Connect Plus
 component, and the default search suffix is the DNS domain of that computer.
If you create and configure one or more server groups to direct 
BlackBerry Secure Connect Plus
 connections to a specific regional path to the 
BlackBerry Infrastructure
, you can specify DNS settings specific to each server group. If you do, the DNS settings for a server group take precedence over the global DNS settings that you specify using the following steps. For more information about creating and configuring server groups, see the Installation and upgrade content.
  1. On the menu bar, click 
    Settings
    .
  2. Click 
    Infrastructure > BlackBerry Secure Connect Plus
    .
  3. Select the 
    Manually configure DNS servers
     check box and click  .
  4. Type the DNS server address in dot-decimal notation (for example, 192.0.2.0). Click 
    Add
    .
  5. If necessary, repeat steps 3 and 4 to add more DNS servers. In the 
    DNS servers
     table, click the arrows in the 
    Ranking
     column to set the priority for the DNS servers.
  6. If you want to specify DNS search suffixes, complete the following steps:
    1. Select the 
      Manage DNS search suffixes manually
       check box and click  .
    2. Type the DNS search suffix (for example, domain.com). Click 
      Add
      .
  7. If necessary, repeat step 6 to add more DNS search suffixes. In the 
    DNS search suffix
     table, click the arrows in the 
    Ranking
     column to set the priority for the DNS servers.
  8. Click 
    Save
    .