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About the SSL Proxy Profiles Page

To access this page, click Configuration > SSL Proxy > Profiles in Customer Portal.

Use the SSL Proxy Profiles page to view and manage SSL proxy profiles.

Tasks You Can Perform

You can perform the following tasks from this page:

Widget Descriptions

Table 277 describes the fields on the SSL Proxy Profiles page.

Table 277: Fields on the SSL Proxy Profiles Page

Field

Description

Name

Name of the SSL proxy profile.

Preferred Cipher

Preferred cipher associated with the profile.

Custom Ciphers

The set of ciphers, if the preferred cipher is Custom, which the SSH server uses to perform encryption and decryption functions.

Exempted Address

Addresses that can are exempted from SSL forward proxy processing.

Description

Description of the SSL proxy profile.

Root Certificate

Root certificate associated with the SSL proxy profile.

Table 278: View SSL Forward Proxy Profile Details Page Fields

Field

Description

General Information

Name

Name of the SSL proxy profile.

Description

Description of the SSL proxy profile.

Preferred Cipher

Preferred cipher associated with the proxy profile.

Custom Ciphers

The set of ciphers, if the preferred cipher is Custom, which the SSH server uses to perform encryption and decryption functions.

Flow Trace Enabled

Indicates whether flow tracing is enabled or disabled.

Certificates

Displays the root certificate and the trusted certificate authorities associated with the root certificate.

Exempted Address

Addresses that can are exempted from SSL forward proxy processing.

Exempted URL Categories

URL categories that are exempted from SSL forward proxy processing.

Actions

Ignore

Indicates whether server authentication failure is ignored (Enabled) or not (Disabled).

Session Resumption

Indicates whether session information is cached to enable session resumption (Enabled) or not (Disabled).

Logging

If logging is enabled, indicates the type of events that are logged.

Renegotiation

Indicates the type of renegotiation required if there is a change in SSL parameters after a session is created and SSL tunnel transport is established.

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