Here you will find information and resources on setting up and configuring MNIT's WAN & LAN services.
State of Minnesota DNS is available through MNIT to all customers connected to MNET. Customers may configure devices with the following DNS Resolver IPs:
Customers registering new domain names may use the following server names and IPs:
MNIT provides hosted Authoritative and Delegated Zones in enterprise DNS services for MNET customers. We do not host or support secondary name services.
MNIT is the domain manager and offers DNS for the following domains:
The mn.gov and minnesota.gov domains are configured to automatically track those of the state.mn.us domain.
K-12 schools and are required to register under the .us domain
The in-addr.arpa and ip6.arpa domains handle the task of converting IP addresses back into names. MNIT DNS servers are configured as the primary for MNET assigned address reverse lookup domains.
That means MNIT will not delegate any zones for in-addr.arpa and ip6.arpa domains.
MNIT offers support for IPv6 by request with the ability to provision IPv6 MPLS VPN to any place service is provided. Please contact the Service Desk for requests and assistance.
Network Time Protocol (NTP) is a system to synchronize time of day computer clocks across the Internet and is offered to customers by MNIT. Customers can configure devices as follows.
In single reference mode the client receives time synchronization from a single source. This sources for this mode are: