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profile (icap-redirect)

Syntax

Hierarchy Level

Description

Configure the ICAP redirect profile.

The ICAP server profile allows the ICAP server to process request messages, response messages, fallback options, and so on, for the permitted traffic.

When you configure an ICAP redirect service on SRX Series devices, you must configure the ICAP redirect profile. The ICAP redirect profile defines the settings for ICAP server to process request messages, response messages, fallback options incase of a timeout, connectivity issues, too many requests, or other conditions.

This profile is applied to a security policy as an application service when the traffic is permitted by the security policy.

Options

profile name

ICAP redirect profile name.

fallback-option

Fallback options to specify the actions the device applies if the ICAP server is unavailable.

http

Redirect request and redirect response for HTTP traffic.

  • Values:

    • redirect-request—Enable the redirect service on HTTP request

    • redirect-response—Enable the redirect service on HTTP response

timeout

Server response timeout in milliseconds. Timeout is the interval after which the server is considered inactive if there is no response from the server. A new incoming requests can bypass inactive status server.

  • Default: 500

  • Range: 100 through 50000

Required Privilege Level

security—To view this statement in the configuration.

security-control—To add this statement to the configuration.

Release Information

Statement introduced in Junos OS Release 18.1 R1.