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Thanks for your quick response.
Is your linux server configured to use DNS? If you could please let me know how to check this. We have RHEL 6.3. configured.
Is /etc/resolv.conf populated correctly?
We have made DNS server entry in /etc/resol.conf and DNS server is reachable.
Can you do a nslookup from another machine on the network and does it return the desired results?
Yes. for eg.. the same configuration works from a non-VM server.
If your /etc/resolv.conf contains the IP's of your DNS server and you can reach them, then you might have another issue. This should be the only file you need to configure on the client. Probably worth checking there are no typos in this file or perhaps copy directly from another client which does work.
Could be firewall config on your VM maybe?
You might have more luck on a linux forum rather than here.
We have already raised case with Redhat and Vmware.
There is no firewall as such. We have copied the file directly from server.
I am suspecting any setting from VMWare end (DNS) which can be a culprit. If anyone can help me with VMware SCAN configuration.