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DNS Proxy configuration

Turn on the DNS Proxy and enter the login credentials, that are:
»Login: Type admin and press Enter.
»Password: Enter dnsproxy and press Enter to confirm.
NOTE: You won’t see the password since Linux hides it.

It will show you a list of operations you can do to configure and test the virtual machine. Proceed as follows:
1. If you want to modify the System name then type 1 and press Enter to confirm. Enter y and digit the name you want to use.
2. Enter 2 to change the network parameters:
» Network Name: You can press Enter to use the default interface name (CloudBox) or choose a new one and then press Enter.
» IP address: Enter the free Private IP you want to assign to the DNS Proxy ethernet interface.
» Subnet: You can press Enter to use the default subnet mask (255.255.255.0) or choose a new one and then press Enter.
» Network: Enter your network IP, then Enter. NOTE: If you have, for example, the network 192.168.1.0/255.255.255.0, the Network will be 192.168.1.0.
» Gateway: Digit the gateway of your network and press Enter.
» MTU: You can let the default MTU value (1500) or choose a different one. Then press Enter.
3. Digit T to do some ping tests. Enter a domain, for example www.google.com, and press Enter.
If it works you can proceed else check network configurations (point 2).
4. Enter 3 and press to configure it:
» Enter username: Type the Filter email/username. Press Enter to confirm.
IMPORTANT: If you can’t enter the @ symbol, you can use ALT+64 (the left ALT on keyboard).
» Enter password: Type the Filter password, then Enter.
If everything is correct you should see GOOD next to Status. If so, you can proceed with the next step, else try check your Filter credentials and try again.
5. Enter Y to confirm and then reboot the system using the R character.

You’ve configured the DNS Proxy!!!

To understand how to use the Advanced Tools, please check the guide below:
DNS Proxy – Advanced Tools