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Custom Objects Configuration Page Options

 
  1. Select Configure>Security>UTM>Custom Objects.

    The Custom Objects configuration page appears. Table 207 explains the contents of this page.

  2. Click one:
    • Add or +—Adds a new or duplicate custom objects configuration. Enter information as specified in Table 208.

    • Edit or /—Edits the selected custom objects configuration.

    • Delete or X—Deletes the selected custom objects configuration.

  3. Click one:
    • OK—Saves the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.

    • Commit Options>Commit—Commits the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.

    • Cancel—Cancels your entries and returns to the main configuration page.

Table 207: Custom Objects Configuration Page

Field

Function

MIME Pattern List

Name

Displays the user-defined name or a predefined MIME pattern name.

Value

Displays the user-defined value or a predefined MIME pattern value.

Filename Extension List

Name

Displays the user-defined name or a predefined file extension name.

Value

Displays the user-defined value or a predefined file extension value.

Protocol Command List

Name

Displays only user-defined protocol command names.

Value

Displays only user-defined protocol command values.

URL Pattern List

Name

Displays only user-defined URL pattern names.

Value

Displays only user-defined URL pattern values.

URL Category List

Name

Displays only predefined URL categories.

Value

Displays only predefined URL categories from the SurfControl server. You can also configure URLs. The URLs configured in the URL pattern list are displayed here.

Custom Message List

The Custom Message List displays the custom messages that you have created and the type of action it takes when Enables you to create block message or URL, or quarantine message or URL for each category.

Name

Displays the name of the custom message that you have created.

Type

Displays the type of custom message. It is either Redirect-URL or User Message.

Content

Displays the content of the custom message. It is either a user message or an URL to be redirected to.

Table 208: Add Custom Objects Configuration Details

Field FunctionAction
MIME Pattern List
Add MIME Pattern

MIME Pattern Name

Displays the user-defined name or a predefined MIME pattern name.

Enter a MIME pattern name.

MIME Pattern Value

Displays the user-defined pattern value or a predefined MIME pattern value.

The options available are:

  • Delete—Deletes the selected MIME pattern value.

  • Add—Adds the selected MIME pattern value.

Select an option.

Filename Extension List
Add File Extension

File Extension Name

Displays the user-defined name or a predefined file extension name.

Enter a file extension name.

Available Values

Displays the user-defined value or a predefined file extension value.

Select a value to associate it with the file extension name.

Protocol Command List
Add Protocol Command

Protocol Command Name

Displays only user-defined protocol command names.

Enter a protocol command name.

Protocol Command Value

Displays only user-defined protocol command values.

The options available are:

  • Delete—Deletes the selected protocol command value.

  • Add—Adds the selected protocol command value.

Select an option.

URL Pattern List
 
Add URL Pattern

URL Pattern Name

Displays only user-defined URL pattern names.

Enter a URL pattern name.

URL Pattern Value

Displays only user-defined URL pattern values.

The options available are:

  • Delete—Deletes the selected URL pattern value.

  • Add—Adds the selected URL pattern value.

Select an option.

URL Category List
Add URL Category

URL Category Name

Displays only predefined URL categories.

Enter a URL category name.

Available Values

Displays only predefined URL categories from the SurfControl server. You can also configure URLs. The URLs configured in the URL pattern list are displayed here.

Select a value to associate it with the URL category name.