Non-Transparent

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FortifyIT
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Non-Transparent

Post by FortifyIT » 30 Apr 2018 19:55

Hey

do we just turn off Transparent Mode to put it into regular proxy mode (i.e. setting browsers to go to whatever IP/DNS name for the proxy)?

Testing CG in Transparent mode now but want to set it up in Non-Transparent mode to test at client sites so we can then go live with this to provide secure browsing for our clients.

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Mike

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Re: Non-Transparent

Post by charles » 02 May 2018 20:57

Hi,

When the forwarding proxy mode is activated (command mode web on), the non-transparent (or explicit) Web proxy mode is always enabled (and can't be deactivated). To deactivate the explicit forwarding proxy, you should deactivate the forwarding proxy mode (command mode web off)

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Charles Tajvidi
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http://www.cacheguard.com

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