Add static DNS entry to a SonicWALL?

I'm looking to add a static DNS entry to a SonicWALL, is this possible?  Please notice I said entry, not server.

We do not have an in-house DNS server, all DNS requests are forwarded to the ISP's DNS servers.  We are adding Ubiquiti AP's which we manage externally, we are looking to add an entry that forwards them to the public IP of our controller.

We do not want to add a local DNS server to this site, we only want to add one simple DNS record.

Thank you!
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On the Sonicwall under Network -> DNS you can set the dns servers that the Sonicwall uses.

Is this what you want?
LanMan6401Author Commented:
No, we need to add a record to the SonicWALL so that it resolves "unifi" to a public IP.  In other solutions we work with this has been called a static DNS entry/record.
Aaron TomoskyDirector of Solutions ConsultingCommented:
I don't think this is possible. To inject a DNS record, you need to run a DNS server and the sonicwall doesn't have one.
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You cannot do what you want with the Sonicwall. You must run your own split dns server to accomplish this.

If you are trying to get only one or two pc's to resolve this way, then try adding the name and resolution to the hosts file on those particular pc's.
Aaron TomoskyDirector of Solutions ConsultingCommented:
Why not make a public DNS entry? I'm sure you have a website or some domain registered somewhere right? So make out at the public level.
LanMan6401Author Commented:
We accomplished this using option 43, thanks for the replies.

In response to some of the questions:

These are AP's, so we don't have any hosts file functionality.

The AP's search for unifi via DNS, if it finds a record it resolves it and uses that IP as a controller.  This way you can easily deploy Ap's right from the box.

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Aaron TomoskyDirector of Solutions ConsultingCommented:
multiple solutions given, author chose an alternative that worked well
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