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    Configuring the Redirect Server (C-Web Interface)

    Configure the redirect server on a C Series Controller to manage IP layer redirection.

    To configure the redirect server:

    1. Configure general properties for the redirect server.

      See Configuring General Properties for the Redirect Server (C-Web Interface).

    2. Configure a connection from the redirect server to the directory.

      See Configuring a Connection Between the Redirect Server and the Directory (C-Web Interface).

    3. (Optional) Define traffic to be forwarded to the redirect server. In most cases you can accept the default values—traffic destined for port 80 (Web requests) and forwarded from all interface on a C Series Controller.

      See Defining Traffic to Transmit to the Redirect Server (C-Web Interface).

    4. (Optional) Configure the number of requests that the redirect server accepts.

      See Changing the Number of Requests That the Redirect Server Accepts (C-Web Interface).

    5. (Optional) Configure the types of files for which the redirect server accepts requests.

      See Specifying Extensions for Files That the Redirect Server Accepts (C-Web Interface).

    6. (Optional) For a configuration to support HTTP proxies, configure DNS. You can configure the DNS server included with the redirect server, or another DNS server on your network. If you use another DNS server, you do not need to configure the DNS server included with the redirect server.

      For information about configuring the DNS server included with the redirect server, see Configuring the DNS Server for the Redirect Server (C-Web Interface).

    7. (Optional) Configure support for HTTP proxies.

      See Configuring the Redirect Server to Support HTTP Proxies (C-Web Interface).

    8. (Optional) Configure a redundant redirect server.

      See Configuring a Redundant Redirect Server (C-Web Interface).

    Modified: 2014-06-11