Route web traffic through firewall

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Route web traffic through firewall

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I'm just in the process of configuring a PA-500 on PAN OS 5.0.10 at our DR site so that it sit's on the internet connection at that office.  It currently has three interfaces, outside, inside and DMZ.  I've managed to configure things such as NAT so that I can browse the internet from that branch to test internet connectivity and NAT etc.  To do this I had to set the DG of a test device to the LAN IP of the PA-500  However, I am struggling to find out how I can get other branches to test this connection becasuse they live on a different subnet/s..I was thinking there might be a way to configure the LAN connection of the firewall to act as a "web-proxy" so that I could configure the IE/Browser setting's of machines to the IP of the LAN interface?  These client's by default have their proxy setting's configured to use our Microsoft TMG server at the head office.

Thanks in advance


Thanks for providing clarity of your purpose, and yes, what you've described sounds like it would be a good deployment.



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