When you add a malformed destination or unsupported type of destination to a DNS destination list, you may encounter an error condition. In most cases, Umbrella displays an error message that describes the reasons for the error condition. DNS destination lists support the following destination types: fully-qualified domain names, IP addresses, or URLs. For more information about DNS destination lists, see Add a DNS Destination List.
Added a URL to an allow list.
URLs in allow lists are not currently supported. Consider adding the domain only instead.
Entered a destination that does not match the type and format expected by the destination list.
Invalid Domain, Invalid URL, Invalid IP
Added a URL that has an error in the domain, path, or query.
Please check to confirm that the URL was entered correctly.
Added a URL that is found in a high-volume domain list.
The URL belongs to a domain that does not present a security concern, but if proxied may impact Umbrella performance. Instead, consider adding only the domain.
Added a destination that is found in the protected allow list.
The supplied destination matches the Umbrella global allow list and cannot be saved.
Entered a URL that contains non-ASCII characters.
Only ASCII characters can be used for defining URLs.
Uploaded a list of destinations in which at least one of the URLs or domains contains an error.
There was an issue with one or more of the destinations in the uploaded list.
Entered a destination that is not accepted by Umbrella.
Entered a destination that matches a destination in an existing destination list.
This destination already exists in following list.
Updated about 1 month ago