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Is there a newline character that can be used to wrap the text in a long #dnslist in the firewall?

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Creating a #dnslist for windows updates looks something like this:

windowsupdate.microsoft.com,*.windowsupdate.microsoft.com,*.windowsupdate.microsoft.com,*.update.microsoft.com,*.update.microsoft.com,*.windowsupdate.com,download.windowsupdate.com,download.microsoft.com,*.download.windowsupdate.com,wustat.windows.com,ntservicepack.microsoft.com,go.microsoft.com,dl.delivery.mp.microsoft.com,dl.delivery.mp.microsoft.com

So in the GUI the list is extended far to the right meaning that you need to scroll back and forth to work with the firewall.

Is there a newline character that can be used to wrap the text on the firewalls?
asked Jan 13 in Digi TransPort Cellular by basicdave New to the Community (2 points)

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Along this line can more than one #dnslist be used on the transport router firewalls?

For Example can you have a list for Microsoft and a list for another application, as different lines in the firewall?

I noticed when I had two lists installed the second list wasn't passing traffic or at least not showing hits on the firewall page.
answered Jan 13 by basicdave New to the Community (2 points)
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