2.2.6.5. Setting up Web Protection Profile

Web protection profile consists of some security settings that are applied to the server policy.

2.2.6.5.1. Web protection profile setting items

The following items are required for creating a web protection profile.

Item

Value

Description

Name

(half-width alphanumeric)

Enter a profile's name.
2-byte character such as Japanese and symbols shown below are not accepted.
< > ( ) # ' " or space/blank
X-Forwarded-For Mtg

☐ or ☑

If you check the box, the X-Forwarded-For function becomes valid based on this profile.

Signatures Mtg

☐ or ☑

By checking the box, you can select the signature profile that you have prepared in advance.

Signature

(select from the list)

Select Signature Profile, which you have prepared in advance.

File Upload Policy Mtg

☐ or ☑

By checking the box, you can select the file upload policy that you have prepared in advance.

File Upload Policy

(select from the list)

Select File Upload Restriction Policy, which you have prepared in advance.

Dos Protection Mtg

☐ or ☑

By checking the box, you can select the DoS protection policy that you have prepared in advance.

Dos Protection Policy

(select from the list)

Select Dos Protection Policy, which you have prepared in advance.

IP List Mtg

☐ or ☑

By checking the box, you can select the IP address list that you have prepared in advance.

IP List

(select from the list)

Select IP List, which you have prepared in advance.

IP Reputation

☐ or ☑

If you check the box, the IP Reputation function becomes valid based on this profile.

Comment

(half-width alphanumeric)

Enter comments if necessary.
2-byte character such as Japanese are not accepted.

Note

  • If making X-Forwarded-For (XXF) valid, add the client's IP address that has been sent to the device to HTTP header's XFF field. If the original HTTP header doesn't have XFF field, a field will be added too.

  • If making XXF invalid (unchecking the box), neither XFF field or the client's IP address that has been sent to the device connecting with HTTP header's XFF field is added.

  • If making IP Reputation function valid, the information registered into its own reputation DB are looked up and connections made from registered IP addresses will be detected.


2.2.6.5.2. Web Protection Profile Addition.

  1. Click [ |rp_left_selection| ] from the object screen shown at the left-side of the screen.
    Object ‣ Protection Profile ‣ Web Protection Profile

    Click [ Add ] from the Web Protection Profile section shown at the right-side of the screen.

    Click Add


  1. Enter the setting value and click [ Save ].
    For the details of the setting items, please refer to Web protection profile setting items .

    Save Object


  1. Click [ Save Change ] to apply the settings to your device.

    Save Config


2.2.6.5.3. Web Protection Profile modification: (edit/copy/delete)

  1. Click [ |rp_left_selection| ] from the object screen shown at the left-side of the screen.
    Object ‣ Protection Profile ‣ Web Protection Profile

    Select an edit target line at the section of Web Protection Profile shown at the right-side of the screen, and click the relevant action button.

    Click Change


    The table below shows descriptions of each button used at Web Protection Profile .

    Button

    Description

    Edit

    This button allows you to edit the Web Protection Profile value which have already set.

    Copy

    This button allows you to copy the existing Web Protection Profile and open the object setting screen which contains the same values.
    This is useful for you to define the another Web Protection Profile with a same value.
    Name must be changed.

    Delete

    Delete your selected Web Protection Profile .
    Objects which are being used under Server Policy cannot be deleted.

    For deleting an item, a confirmation message will be shown. Click [ OK ] to delete.

    Confirm Delete Object


  1. Click [ Save Change ] to apply the settings to your device.

    Save Config