Disable Server Response Inspection BPA Checks

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Security Rule - Disable Server Response Inspection -
Interpreting BPA Checks - Policies

 

This video explains the Security Rule to Disable Server Response Inspection while Interpreting BPA Checks in your Policies.

 

When Server Response Inspection is disabled on a policy rule, the firewall loses viability on what happens between the client and server. Disabling inspection means the firewall is not inspecting for Layer 7 traffic, which includes application and threat activity. The Disable Server Response Inspection best traffic check ensures the server response inspection on Security policy rules is enabled.

 

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