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Decryption policy Issue

L3 Networker

Hi All,

I'm just trying to configure decryption. because I'm facing Issue while blocking applications(not all the applications got blocked as the policy supposed to do).

First of all, I'm using Trusted CA, and here you are the steps I followed To generate MY certificate.

1.

2. then I uploaded that Certificate to the Trusted CA, and then I got a signed Certificate.

3. I configured a Decryption Profile as below.

4. then I created the decryption policies as below

but finally while I'm trying to commit the Configuration I got the error  vsys1 decryption: forward decrypt trust cert is not configured


I don't know what's wrong with that, also does my configuration is correct, or I'm going the wrong direction.


Regards,

Maher


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A certificate signed by CA can be used for

  • Captive Portal ("CP") pages
  • Response Pages
  • GlobalProtect ("GP") Portal

How to Install a Chained Certificate Signed by a Public CA

When using ssl decryption you cannot use a system that  a client will not get a ssl warning (wihtout importing the certificate to the client).This is why ssl is safe.

if it is used for SSL decryption, it should be CA certificate.

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L6 Presenter

This is because you did not configure the certifiate for decryption

Difference Between SSL Forward-Proxy and Inbound Inspection Decryption Mode

That's because when I import the Signed Certificate, All the Check boxes are disabled, as attached in the photo

Regards,

Maher

A certificate signed by CA can be used for

  • Captive Portal ("CP") pages
  • Response Pages
  • GlobalProtect ("GP") Portal

How to Install a Chained Certificate Signed by a Public CA

When using ssl decryption you cannot use a system that  a client will not get a ssl warning (wihtout importing the certificate to the client).This is why ssl is safe.

if it is used for SSL decryption, it should be CA certificate.

Thanks panos for your kind help.

Regards,

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