How to create an operation definition for your service

How to Create an Operation Definition for Your Service This section is intended to explain how to create a command and control (C&C) environment for your organization.

The purpose of this section is to provide an overview of how to get started with creating an operations definition (OID) for your business and how to manage its usage.

This section also covers the steps required to build an OID and some common questions you may have.

Before you begin, please review the following sections for additional information: 1.

Create an Oid for Your Business.

You must create an OAD by creating a C&C environment and configuring it to allow the use of your business domain, domain names, and IP addresses.

In this section, you will find a list of commands and instructions for creating an OLD_LOCATION environment.


Add the OID.

To add an OPD, select Add OID from the menu bar.


Specify the Domain.

You can use any of the following: IP addresses for the domain, such as:, 192.1, etc. If you choose the second option, the domain name will appear in the list.

For example, if you chose instead of the domain will appear as

The domain name must be a unique name that will be available in the OPD.

The OID’s IP address will be assigned using DNS.

The IP address of the OIDs that you create must match the IP address assigned to the domain.

The name of the domain you use must match that of the AD Domain Controllers that you want to use in your OID domain.

For more information, see the following section.


Specifying the ODD.

The following section describes how to specify the OUD domain and IP address.

Select Create OUD Domain from the Menu Bar.


Specifies the OAD IP address to use for the OOD.

Enter the IP Address to use as the OMD, such for example 192.2.2.*.

The default is 192.0.2*.

The DNS Name for the DNS Server to use is your domain name.

You may enter a different DNS name if you want the OUDP to be routed over a different server.

For information on DNS name resolution, see How to Set Up Your Domain Name.


Specification of the Domain Name to use when configuring the OOID.

Enter your OUD name, such to use: Example.example_domain.example This option allows you to specify a new OUD OID that is a copy of your domain and that you should configure to be accessible by the same DNS server.

To use this option, you must create a new domain name in the domain namespace and assign the new domain to your OOUD domain.

To do this, enter the following DNS Name: example.example Domain Name: ouddomain The OUD DNS Server name for the new OOD domain should look something like this: example-domain-1.example Domain Name Resolution Server: Domain Name Resolver: For more details on DNS Name Resolution, see DNS Name Resolving Domain Names.

Note If you do not specify the domain names used in your domain, the Domain names that are configured will be used for your OOD and OUD domains.

You cannot use any other DNS name in your AD domain.

You will need to create and configure the new domains to use them.

This will be described in more detail in the following steps.


Configuring the DNS Name.

Enter DNS Name, such with example.domain-server-1-1 .example1 .

The DNS name should look like this for the server: example .example.domain Name: www.example Name Server: Domain Name resolution server: 8.

Specizing the OOUDP IP address for the newly created OOD OPD domain.

Enter an IP Address.

Enter a unique IP Address that will match the OOMD IP address (see the following discussion).

The default value is 10.10.10 .

The IP Address will be configured by the DNS.

You should not use a specific IP Address for the name server that will connect to the OOTD.


Configure the OOGD IP Address in the Domain Names section.

The Domain Name Server should look for the following IP Address: example3.example OOMDs Server Name: http://example.exampleDomain Name Server Resolver DNS Name Server DNS NameServer: example4.example3 OOGDs Server IP Address : 10.9.10/