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About the Firewall Authentication Page

You are here: Configure > Users > Firewall Authentication.

Use this page to configure firewall authentication.

To edit this page, configure minimum one access profile under Configure > Users > Access Profile.

Field Description

Procedure

To configure a firewall authentication:

  1. Complete the configuration according to the guidelines provided in Table 178.
  2. Click Save to save the changes.

Table 178 describes the fields on the Firewall Authentication page.

Table 178: Fields on the Firewall Authentication Page

Field

Description

Pass-through Settings

Default Profile

Select a profile from the list that the policies use to authenticate users.

FTP Banners

Login

Displays the login prompt for users logging in using FTP.

Maximum characters is 250.

Success

Displays a successful login prompt for users logging in using FTP.

Maximum characters is 250.

Fail

Displays failed login prompt for users logging in using FTP.

Maximum characters is 250.

Telnet Banners

Login

Displays the login prompt for users logging in using telnet.

Maximum characters is 250.

Success

Displays a successful login prompt for users logging in using telnet.

Maximum characters is 250.

Fail

Displays failed login prompt for users logging in using telnet.

Maximum characters is 250.

HTTP Banner

Login

Displays the login prompt for users logging in using HTTP.

Success

Displays a successful login prompt for users logging in using HTTP.

Fail

Displays failed login prompt for users logging in using HTTP.

Web-auth-settings

Default Profile

Select a profile that the policies use to authenticate users.

Success

Displays a successful login prompt for users logging in using Web authentication banner.

Logo Image Upload

Logo File

Indicates an image to be chosen for the Web authentication logo.

Note: For the good logo image, the image format must be in .gif and the resolution must be 172x65.

Browse

Click the button to navigate to the logo image on the user's local disk.

Sync

Click the button to sync the logo image.

Restore

Click the button to restore the Web authentication logo.

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