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  1. How can I do this via Terminal? Which config should I change?
  2. it shows my cache server. no, as I said I did everything step by step and it's working at internet club properly. But 2nd cache server i want to run in my local ISP. In my country internet is very expensive. But local peering is cheap. Thats why I want to force all my users download from local cache server. Let me show u my art, to understand what i mean:
  3. does not work on windows 7 Will try later with Wireshark, to understand where it connects could u say, what names should i add to my dns? for this moment i've added *.cs.steampowered.com = 217.118.9.29. Should i add more?
  4. only yellow text. upd: What does yellow collor mean ? green, red?
  5. yes, it works properly at my internet club with 20 gaming PC. But I have another issue: what if I have different type of network, like this: I've done everything step by step like in this guide https://arstechnica.com/gaming/2017/01/building-a-local-steam-caching-server-to-ease-the-bandwidth-blues/ also changed DNS-settings. but size of my cache server does not incrase
  6. If I change DNS settings in my router, is not it enough? then ofc cmd -> ipconfig /flushdns
  7. Should I write it on server or in game PC?