You are here: Security Policies & Objects > Dynamic Applications.
To add global settings:
- Click the Global Settings on the upper right
side of the Application Signatures page.
The Global Settings page appears.
- Complete the configuration according to the guidelines provided in Table 1.
- Click OK to save the changes. If you want to discard your changes, click Cancel.
Table 1: Fields on the Global Settings Option page
Specifies run conditions, to enable or disable application signatures and the application system cache. You can also select a proxy profile or create a proxy profile.
Disable the application identification of applications running on your network.
Click the check box to Disable this option.
To create a proxy profile:
Custom Application Byte Limit
Select the byte limit in the range 0 through 10000. This helps in understanding when to stop the identification of custom applications.
Note: Starting in Junos OS Release 20.2R1, Custom Application Byte Limit option is supported.
Specifies the URL from where you can download the signature package, set up a schedule for automatic downloads of the latest predefined application signature package.
Enter the URL for the application package for downloading.
Enable this option to schedule download and update.
Enable or disable storing of AI result in application cache, configure ASC security services, configure miscellaneous services such as ABPR, or set the cache entry timeout.
Enable this option to save the mapping between an application type and the corresponding destination IP address, destination port, protocol type, and service.
Enable this option for security services, such as security policies, application firewall (AppFW), Juniper Sky ATP, IDP, and UTM
Enable this option for miscellaneous services, such as APBR and AppTrack.
Cache entry timeout
Enter the timeout value in seconds for the application system cache (ASC) entries.