04-23-2020 07:33 AM
I have an internal server which i want to publish its service to public and need to do ssl decryption, does that means i need to do "inbound ssl decryption"?
and if so, as the website is natted from outside to inside, in the decryption rule in the destination, do i put the public ip or the natted ip?
04-23-2020 12:27 PM
@chuckles , Yes, In order to decrypt traffic to/from an Internal Web server, you will need to configure SSL Inbound decryption.
You will configure the Decryption rule to take affect before the NAT as the Firewall will be answering on behalf of the web server,
Please check out the SSL decryption resource list to help answer any additional questions:
04-23-2020 12:32 PM
so i would put the public ip of the internal server in the rule not the private ip after nat?
04-23-2020 01:16 PM
Yes, the Public IP.
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