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APNs in ip office

APNs in ip office

APNs in ip office

I am an engineer who handles IP OFFICE in Japan.
I'm sorry I'm not good at English.
I have a question about the domain when doing APN.
I'm using IX workplese and SBCE and would like to introduce Apple push.
I would like to set it as follows.

Zang domain: 111.com
sip fqdn: ipoffice.111.com
register domain: ipoffice.111.com

In this case, there is only one global IP when registering in DNS, right?
111.com → 202.xxx.xxx.111 (global IP)
ipoffice.111.com → 202.xxx.xxx.111 (global IP)
ipoffice.111.com → 202.xxx.xxx.111 (global IP)

Also enter a TXT record.
Is this way of thinking correct?

RE: APNs in ip office

The root domain (111.com) doesn't need to point anywhere, Zang uses the TXT record to verify it.

Normally you would have 111.com pointing at the company website, mail servers etc.

"Trying is the first step to failure..." - Homer

RE: APNs in ip office

thanks you.

Set only TXT records in domain (111.com).
Do you need a global IP in your domain? ??
Is it OK to just set the global IP for the FQDN?

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