About the TCP-UDP-Proxy

The TCP-UDP-proxy is a low precedence policy that allows all outbound TCP and UDP traffic from networks protected by your Firebox. If you remove the Outgoing policy, and do not want to add a separate policy for each type of traffic you want to allow out through your firewall, you can add the TCP-UDP-proxy. This policy only allows outbound TCP and UDP traffic, but it also monitors that traffic for HTTP, HTTPS, SIP, FTP, IMAP, POP3, and SMTP packets sent on non-standard ports. For the HTTP, HTTPS, SIP, FTP, IMAP, POP3, and SMTP protocols, the TCP-UDP proxy relays the traffic to the correct proxy for each protocol.

To add the TCP-UDP-proxy to your Firebox configuration, go to Add a Proxy Policy to Your Configuration.

Configure the TCP-UDP-Proxy

Related Topics

About Proxy Policies and ALGs

About the Outgoing Policy