A relay server configuration file is used to define both a relay server farm and the backend server farms connecting to the relay server farm. The relay server configuration file is divided into sections. Each section starts with a section tag. A section tag is formed by enclosing a section name in square brackets. The section tag is followed by a number of lines defining various properties related to the section being defined. A property is defined by specifying the property name on the left-hand side of an equal sign and its value on the right-hand side of the equal sign. All section and property names are case insensitive. Comments are marked with pound sign (#) character at the beginning of a line.
There are four kinds of sections in the relay server configuration file:
The sections in the configuration file can be specified in any order.
Relay server section
Backend farm section
Backend server section
Relay server configuration file format
Sample relay server configuration file for IIS on Windows
Sample relay server configuration file for Apache on Linux
Updating the Relay Server Configuration File
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