About the SSL Proxy Page
You are here: Configure > Security Services > SSL Profiles > SSL Proxy.
You can create, add, edit, and delete SSL proxy or global policy configurations.
Tasks You Can Perform
You can perform the following tasks from this page:
Configure global policy. To do this, click Global Config at the upper right of the table and enter the session cache timeout in seconds.
Add a SSL proxy profile. See Add a SSL Proxy Profile.
Edit a SSL proxy profile. See Edit a SSL Proxy Profile.
Delete SSL proxy profile. See Delete SSL Proxy Profile.
Clone a SSL proxy profile. See Clone a SSL Proxy Profile.
Clear All Selections.
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Search for text in SSL proxy profile. See Search for Text in SSL Proxy Table.
Table 1 describes the fields on the SSL Proxy page.
Table 1: Fields on the SSL Proxy Page
Displays the name of the SSL Proxy profile.
Displays the type of protection the profile provides. One is client protection and the other one is server protection. Client protection is for SSL forward proxy and server protection is for reverse proxy.
Displays the category of the profile depending on their key strength.
Displays the custom cipher which the SSH server uses to perform encryption and decryption function.
Displays whether flow trace is enabled or disabled for troubleshooting policy-related issues.
Displays the addresses to allowlists that bypass SSL forward proxy processing.
Server Auth Failure
Displays the action that will be performed if errors are encountered during the server certificate verification process (such as CA signature verification failure, self-signed certificates, and certificate expiry).
Displays whether the session resumption is disabled or not.
Displays the name of the interface associated with the VLAN.
Displays the MAC address associated with the VLAN.