Content Engines with ACNS 5.1 software can intercept DNS requests that have been issued to DNS servers (forwarders or recursive) that traverse the interception device. Upon receiving a request, the Content Engine transmits that response to the client if it has a current cached response. For more information refer
To answer your question, the CE will use the first DNS server in the configuration, and would use the second one, only if the first fails to answer to a query; then the third if the second fails to answer the same query and so on.
As you said, you need this to work top-down fashion, and it is working like that.
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