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Example: Configuring DNSSEC

DNS-enabled devices run a DNS resolver (proxy) that listens on loopback address or ::1. The DNS resolver performs a hostname resolution for DNSSEC. Users need to set name server IP address to or ::1 so the DNS resolver forwards all DNS queries to DNSSEC instead of to DNS. If the name server IP address is not set, DNS will handle all queries instead of to DNSSEC.

The following example shows how to set the server IP address to

The DNSSEC feature is enabled by default. You can disable DNSSEC in the server by using the following CLI command: