Checking with the community if anyone has either tried this or is doing this.
Scenario: Exchange on prem, external users using Outlook
Have the PAN reverse proxy the connection from the Outlook client, external to internal traffic, to the Exchange on prem environment. So have the PAN SSL decrypt the Outlook traffic, inspect it, reencrypt it, send to exchange.
Just checking before testing it.
Is there a reason you want to 'proxy' (ssl forward proxy) this connection as opposed to 'inline' (ssl inbound inspection) scan it?
Since you (should) have the server certificate, you can do inline scanning, which works very well and is actually faster/consumes less resources than proxy
inbound forward proxy should also work although i've never set it up that way
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