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TCP-UDP-Proxy: General Settings

In the TCP-UDP Proxy Action general settings configuration, you set basic parameters for the TCP-UDP-proxy.

Screen shot of the Proxy Action settings for the TCP-UDP-proxy
TCP-UDP Proxy Action general settings configuration in Fireware Web UI

Screen shot of the TCP-UDP Proxy Action Configuration dialog box, General settings category
TCP-UDP Proxy Action general settings configuration in Policy Manager

Proxy actions to redirect traffic

The TCP-UDP-proxy can pass HTTP, HTTPS, SIP, and FTP traffic to proxy policies that you have already created when this traffic is sent over non-standard ports.

For each of these protocols, from the adjacent drop-down list, select the proxy policy to use to manage this traffic.

If you do not want your Firebox to use a proxy policy to filter a protocol, select Allow or Deny from the adjacent drop-down list.

To ensure that your Firebox operates correctly, you cannot select the Allow option for the FTP protocol.

Enable logging for reports

To send a log message for each connection request through the TCP-UDP-proxy, select this check box. To create accurate reports on TCP-UDP traffic, you must select this check box.

Override the diagnostic log level for proxy policies that use this proxy action

To specify the diagnostic log level for all proxy polices that use this proxy action, select this check box. Then, from the Diagnostic log level for this proxy action drop-down list, select a log level:

  • Error
  • Warning
  • Information
  • Debug

The log level you select overrides the diagnostic log level that is configured for all log messages of this proxy policy type.

For more information about the diagnostic log level, see Set the Diagnostic Log Level.

See Also

About Proxy Policies and ALGs

About the TCP-UDP-Proxy

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