In the settings for Squid reverse proxy, it gives examples of the kinds of URI it can map. Among these is "www.mydomain.com".
Given this example domain, how would I configure DNS records with my DNS host so that the proxy actually gets a request for "www.mydomain.com" to map? From what I can tell, if I simply have an A record pointing to the IP of the proxy server, clients look up "www.mydomain.com" with the DNS host, which would then resolve to a "x.x.x.x" ip address, which the client would then use to connect to the proxy server. This isn't what I want, because it would break the URI mapping, right? Do I need to set the proxy server as the nameserver for the domain? Is there some other way to do it?