Configuring the DNS Server for the Redirect Server (C-Web Interface)

A DNS server is required to support HTTP proxies to resolve the name of any HTTP proxy, even if the name is valid only in the private domain of the client. You can use an external DNS or the DNS server that is included with the redirect server for this purpose.

Note: If you plan to use an external DNS server, do not follow this procedure.

The following procedure describes how to configure the DNS server that is included with the redirect server.

Proxy support must be enabled before configuring the DNS server. See Configuring the Redirect Server to Support HTTP Proxies (C-Web Interface).

To configure the DNS server that is included with the redirect server:

  1. Click Configure, expand Redirect Server, and click DNS.

    The DNS pane appears.

  2. Enter information as described in the Help text in the main pane, and click Apply.

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