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Creating UTM Profiles

Use the Create UTM Profiles page to configure UTM profiles. Unified threat management (UTM) consolidates several security features to protect against multiple threat types. The Create UTM Profiles wizard provides step-by-step procedures to create a UTM profile. You can configure antispam, antivirus, Web filtering, and content filtering profiles by launching the respective wizards from the wizard.

Procedure

To create a UTM profile:

  1. Select Configuration > Unified Threat Mgmt > UTM Profiles in Customer Portal.

    The UTM Profiles page appears.

  2. Click the add icon (+) to create a new UTM profile.

    The Create UTM Profiles wizard appears, displaying brief instructions about creating a UTM profile.

  3. Click Next to navigate to the next page.
  4. Complete the configuration according to the guidelines provided in Table 199.

    Note Fields marked with * are mandatory.

  5. Click Finish.

    A UTM profile is created. You are returned to the UTM Profiles page where a confirmation message is displayed. After you create a UTM profile, you can assign it to a firewall policy intent on the Firewall Policy page.

Table 199: UTM Profile Settings

Setting

Guideline

General

Name

Enter a unique name for the UTM profile. The maximum length is 29 characters.

Description

Enter a description for the UTM profile. The maximum length is 255 characters.

Traffic Options

Note: In an attempt to consume all available resources, a malicious user might generate a large amount of traffic all at once. To prevent such activity from succeeding, you can impose traffic options.

Connection Limit per Client

Specify the connection limit per client for client connections on the device. The default is 2000 and a value of 0 means that there is no connection limit.

Action when connection limit is reached

Specify the action that must be taken when the connection limit is reached. The available actions are No action (default), Log and permit, and Block.

Click Next to continue.

Web Filtering

HTTP

Select the Web filtering profile to be applied for HTTP traffic.

Alternatively, click Create Another Profile to create a Web filtering profile. The Create Web Filtering Profiles wizard appears. See Creating Web Filtering Profiles for an explanation of the fields on this wizard.

Click Back to go the preceding step or click Next to go to the next step.

Antivirus

Apply to all protocols

Select this check box to apply a single antivirus profile to all traffic protocols. and then specify the profile in the Default Profile field.

Clear the check box if you want to apply traffic-specific profiles.

Default Profile

Select the antivirus profile to be applied to all traffic protocols.

Click Back to go the preceding step or click Next to go to the next step.

Note: Click Create Another Profile to create an antivirus profile that you can then assign. The Create Antivirus Profiles wizard appears. See Creating Antivirus Profiles for an explanation of the fields on this wizard.

HTTP

Select the antivirus profile to be applied to HTTP traffic.

FTP Upload

Select the antivirus profile to be applied to FTP upload traffic.

FTP Download

Select the antivirus profile to be applied to FTP download traffic.

IMAP

Select the antivirus profile to be applied to IMAP traffic.

SMTP

Select the antivirus profile to be applied to SMTP traffic.

POP3

Select the antivirus profile to be applied to POP3 traffic.

Click Back to go the preceding step or click Next to go to the next step.

Antispam

SMTP

Select the antispam profile to be applied for SMTP traffic.

Alternatively, click Create Another Profile to create an antispam profile. The Create Antispam Profiles wizard appears. See Creating Antispam Profiles for an explanation of the fields on this wizard.

Click Back to go the preceding step or click Next to go to the next step.

Content Filtering

Apply to all protocols

Select this check box to apply a single content filtering profile to all traffic protocols. and then specify the profile in the Default Profile field.

Clear the check box if you want to apply traffic-specific profiles.

Default Profile

Select the content filtering profile to be applied to all traffic protocols.

Click Back to go the preceding step or click Next to go to the next step.

Note: Click Create Another Profile to create a content filtering profile that you can then assign. The Create Content Filtering Profiles wizard appears. See Creating Content Filtering Profiles for an explanation of the fields on this wizard.

HTTP

Select the content filtering profile to be applied to HTTP traffic.

FTP Upload

Select the content filtering profile to be applied to FTP upload traffic.

FTP Download

Select the content filtering profile to be applied to FTP download traffic.

IMAP

Select the content filtering profile to be applied to IMAP traffic.

SMTP

Select the content filtering profile to be applied to SMTP traffic.

POP3

Select the content filtering profile to be applied to POP3 traffic.

Click Back to go the preceding step.

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