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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 5 days ago 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 5 days ago by basicdave New to the Community (2 points)
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