You can change the DNS server and default gateway information provided during installation from the host configuration page in the vSphere Client.

1

Log in to the vSphere Client and select the host from the inventory panel.

2

Click the Configuration tab, and click DNS and Routing.

3

On the right side of the window, click Properties.

4

In the DNS Configuration tab, enter a name and domain.

5

Choose whether to obtain the DNS server address automatically or use a DNS server address.

Note

DHCP is supported only if the DHCP server is accessible to the service console. The service console must have a virtual interface (vswif) configured and attached to the network where the DHCP server resides.

6

Specify the domains in which to look for hosts.

7

On the Routing tab, change the default gateway information as needed.

Select a gateway device only if you have configured the service console to connect to more than one subnet.

8

Click OK.