Network > DNS Proxy

DNS servers perform the service of resolving a domain name with an IP address and vice versa. When you configure the firewall as a DNS proxy, it acts as an intermediary between clients and servers and as a DNS server by resolving queries from its DNS cache or forwarding queries to other DNS servers. Use this page to configure the settings that determine how the firewall serves as a DNS proxy.
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How does the firewall proxy DNS requests?
How do I configure a DNS proxy?
How do I configure static FQDN-to-IP address mappings?
How can I manage DNS proxies?
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