Caching Specific websites

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Overview

Content Caching improves bandwidth efficiency. A page or file, when requested by a user, is served to the user and a copy of it is also maintained locally in the cache. So, when a request is made to fetch the same page or file, it is served with the local copy, instead of 'a fresh fetch'. SafeSquid has a very neat, efficient and manageable Content Caching system.

Access the SafeSquid User Interface

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Go to Access policies under Restriction Policies

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Go to Caching under Application Setup

 
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Go to Store

 
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Go to Manage cached Objects

 
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