Configuring UTM Settings
Use the Edit UTM Settings page to configure unified threat management (UTM) antispam, antivirus, and Web filtering settings for a tenant.
These settings are applicable to all the sites belonging to a tenant. The settings are pushed to all those sites where a firewall policy intent with UTM enabled is applicable.
To configure UTM settings:
- Select Configuration > Unified Threat Mgmt > UTM
Settings in Customer Portal.
The Edit UTM Settings page appears.
- Complete the configuration according to the guidelines provided in Table 1.
- Do one of the following:
Click Reset to reset the settings to the previously saved configured.
Click OK to save the settings.
The settings are saved and a confirmation message is displayed.
Table 1: UTM Settings
Select the URL pattern to be used as the antispam allowlist.
Alternatively, click Create a New Pattern to create a new URL pattern to use as an allowlist.
The Create URL Patterns page appears. For more information, see Creating URL Patterns for an explanation of the fields on this page.
Select the URL pattern to be used as the antispam blocklist.
Alternatively, click Create a New Pattern to create a new URL pattern to use as a blocklist.
Enter one or more MIME types (separated by commas) to exclude from antivirus scanning.
Exception MIME Whitelist
Enter one or more MIME types (separated by commas) that are to be excluded from the list of MIME types specified as part of the MIME allowlist. This list is a subset of the MIME types that you specified in the MIME allowlist. For example, if you specify video/ in the allowlist and video/x-shockwave-flash in the exception allowlist, all objects of MIME type video/ except MIME type video/x-shockwave-flash are excluded from antivirus scanning.
Select the list of URLs that the antivirus settings can allow.
Web Filtering Settings
Select the list of URLs that the Web filtering settings can allow; these URLs are excluded from Web filtering.
Select the list of URLs that the Web filtering settings can block; these URLs are blocked from Web access.