show system setting ssl-decrypt certificate -----No inbound cert

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Cyber Elite

show system setting ssl-decrypt certificate -----No inbound cert

show system setting ssl-decrypt certificate

 

Certificates for Global

SSL Decryption CERT

global trusted
ssl-decryption x509 certificate
version 2
cert algorithm 4
valid 171204224608Z -- 221204225608Z
cert pki 1
subject: NGFW-2
issuer: Root CA 2
serial number(19)
4f 00 00 00 2b e2 bd d9 f7 cb fa 0b 9a 00 01 00 O...+... ........
00 00 2b ..+
rsa key size 2048 bits siglen 512 bytes
basic constraints extension CA 1
also serves as untrusted certificate

 

NO INBOUND CERT

 

Need to know what does no  inbound cert mean here?

 

 

MP

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There are two types of SSL decryption policies - inbound decryption and Forward Proxy decryption.  It sounds like you have a policy that matched on an inbound decryption policy.  This is useful if you are hosting a server (e.g. in a DMZ) and have both the public and private certificates for that SSL/TLS server loaded onto the firewall, and you wish to do an inbound decryption inspection of the traffic.

 

If you have users trying to visit a website on the internet, you want a forward proxy decryption policy.

 

Does that help?

 

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L2 Linker

There are two types of SSL decryption policies - inbound decryption and Forward Proxy decryption.  It sounds like you have a policy that matched on an inbound decryption policy.  This is useful if you are hosting a server (e.g. in a DMZ) and have both the public and private certificates for that SSL/TLS server loaded onto the firewall, and you wish to do an inbound decryption inspection of the traffic.

 

If you have users trying to visit a website on the internet, you want a forward proxy decryption policy.

 

Does that help?

 

View solution in original post

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Cyber Elite

We are using SSL forward Proxy

Seems that info is for the No Inbound Cer================No inbound SSL decrypt?

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