how can I know that traffic is hitting a configured decryption policy ?

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how can I know that traffic is hitting a configured decryption policy ?

L0 Member

SSL decryption Policy question, how can I know that traffic is hitting a configured decryption policy ?

There's nothing in the Monitor Tab for decryption policies, nor can I get anything out of the CLI command "show log traffic rule equal DECRYPTION-RULE-NAME" ,

any ideas ?

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

Hello,

There are a lot of hidden Columns in the logs. To add them into the view, click one of the column headers and then hover your mouse over the Columns chevron and the display options appear.

OtakarKlier_0-1662490849280.png

 

The ones you will want to have checked are the following:

OtakarKlier_1-1662490919616.png

https://docs.paloaltonetworks.com/pan-os/10-2/pan-os-admin/decryption/troubleshoot-and-monitor-decry...

 

Hope that helps.

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L6 Presenter

Do you have many decryption rules ?

if traffic hits a rule and is decrypted you can see it from monitor/traffic log inside magnifier

HI,

First match your decrytion policies, second, on a traffic log, you can click on small icon on the left and check if your session have been decrypteddecrypted.JPG

Rgds

L5 Sessionator

This cli command would help too

> show session all filter ssl-decrypt yes (under flag if you see an asterix that means the session is getting decrypted)

L0 Member

Thank you everyone for investing your time and effort in replying to my question Smiley Happy
And thank you sraghunandan for the tip on the cli command Smiley Wink

That is fine but how do you find which decryption policy it is hitting?

Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

Hello,

There are a lot of hidden Columns in the logs. To add them into the view, click one of the column headers and then hover your mouse over the Columns chevron and the display options appear.

OtakarKlier_0-1662490849280.png

 

The ones you will want to have checked are the following:

OtakarKlier_1-1662490919616.png

https://docs.paloaltonetworks.com/pan-os/10-2/pan-os-admin/decryption/troubleshoot-and-monitor-decry...

 

Hope that helps.

L6 Presenter

"Decryption Rule" must be a 10.x specific column as that does not show up in 9.x. However, you can test which decryption rule would apply to a given source/destination by using the 'Test Policy Match" tool at the bottom of the Decryption Policy page.

Hey, Adrian Thank you for the help.

Thank you, Otakar.

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