Specify DNS servers for iOS and macOS devices Skip Navigation

Specify DNS servers for
iOS
and
macOS
devices

You can specify the DNS servers that you want to use to access specific domains. This setting can help provide a faster and safer web browsing experience.
  1. In the management console, on the menu bar, click
    Policies and profiles > Networks and connections > DNS
    .
  2. Click The Add icon.
  3. Type a name and description for the profile.
  4. Click the tab for a device type.
  5. Select the DNS protocol used to communicate with the DNS server.
  6. Do one of the following:
    1. If you selected
      HTTPS
      , type the URI template of the DNS-over-HTTPS server using the https:// scheme.
    2. If you selected
      TLS
      , type the hostname of the DNS-over-TLS server.
  7. To prevent users from disabling the settings, select the
    Do not allow user to disable DNS settings
    check box. This option affects supervised devices only.
  8. In the
    DNS addresses
    field, specify the list of IP addresses for any DNS servers that you want to use. These can be a mixture of IPv4 and IPv6 addresses.
  9. In the
    Domains
    field, specify the list of domain strings that will be used to determine which DNS queries will use the DNS servers.
  10. In the
    DNS on demand rules
    field, specify the DNS on demand rules using the sample payload format.
  11. Repeat steps 5 to 10 for each device type.
  12. Click
    Save
    .