JavaStation Client Software Guide


The JavaStation computer uses DNS to provide address resolution for host names. Using DNS ensures that JavaStation applications and applets can access URLs either on the corporate intranet or across the Internet.

DNS lookups from the JavaStation computer are rather infrequent, so the load on the DNS server will be relatively small. The JavaStation boot server can be configured as a DNS slave server if a central DNS server for the domain is busy or remotely located.