Managing shared search orders using the Adjacency Matrix view - Adaptive Applications - BlueCat Gateway - 24.1

Global Server Selector Administration Guide

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BlueCat Gateway

You can manage existing shared search orders by clicking the name of the shared search order that you would like to update and clicking Edit from the Adjacency Matrix tab.

  1. On the Shared Search Order page, select the name of the shared search order that you would like to update.
  2. Click the Adjacency Matrix tab.
  3. Click Edit.
  4. Under Node Name, select the search region node name and click + to add the node name.

    As you add node names, the nodes appear in an adjacency matrix table. Within the table, each row represents the client row with the respective search nodes appearing in the column. For each row, you can configure the search order by defining the priority of each region column.

    GSS checks the status of answers in each client region. If an answer becomes available that is a higher priority than other answer regions, the IP addresses of this answer are added to the RPZ zone for the client region.

    If you configure a value of 0 for a region, GSS assumes that no link exists between the two regions. You can also deselect the Enable link option when configuring a value greater than 0 to disable a link between two regions.

  5. Click Save to save the setting.