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Table of Contents

Administration Guide

Create a new FortiProxy proxy auto-configuration (PAC) policy

Tooltip

Proxy auto-configuration (PAC) policies are only available in FortiProxy ADOMs. See FortiProxy ADOMs.

For more information on configuring a PAC policy, see the FortiProxy Administration Guide.

In FortiManager, you can create PAC policies by enabling the policy types in the Display Options while in a FortiProxy ADOM.

To create a PAC policy:
  1. Ensure that you are in a FortiProxy ADOM.
  2. Go to Policy & Objects > Policy Packages.
  3. Select Display Options from the Tools dropdown, and add a check mark next to the PAC Policy type.
  4. In the tree menu for the policy package in which you will be creating the new policy, select PAC Policy.
  5. Click Create New.
  6. Enter the following information:

    Option

    Description

    ID

    Enter a policy ID or leave the field as the default to automatically assign a policy ID.

    Status

    Enable or Disable the policy.

    Original Address

    Select the original address.

    Source Address IPv6

    Optionally, provide the source IPv6 address.

    Destination Address

    Select the destination address.

    PAC File Name

    The name of the PAC file.

    Comments

    Optionally, provide comments.

    PAC File Content

    Enter the PAC file content.

    For more information, see the FortiProxy Administration Guide..

    Advanced Options

    Expand to view and configure advanced options for the policy.

    Change Note

    Add a description of the changes being made to the policy. This field is required.
  7. Click OK to create the policy. You can select to enable or disable the policy in the right-click menu. When disabled, a disabled icon will be displayed in the Seq.# column to the left of the number. By default, policies will be added to the bottom of the list, but above the implicit policy.

Create a new FortiProxy proxy auto-configuration (PAC) policy

Tooltip

Proxy auto-configuration (PAC) policies are only available in FortiProxy ADOMs. See FortiProxy ADOMs.

For more information on configuring a PAC policy, see the FortiProxy Administration Guide.

In FortiManager, you can create PAC policies by enabling the policy types in the Display Options while in a FortiProxy ADOM.

To create a PAC policy:
  1. Ensure that you are in a FortiProxy ADOM.
  2. Go to Policy & Objects > Policy Packages.
  3. Select Display Options from the Tools dropdown, and add a check mark next to the PAC Policy type.
  4. In the tree menu for the policy package in which you will be creating the new policy, select PAC Policy.
  5. Click Create New.
  6. Enter the following information:

    Option

    Description

    ID

    Enter a policy ID or leave the field as the default to automatically assign a policy ID.

    Status

    Enable or Disable the policy.

    Original Address

    Select the original address.

    Source Address IPv6

    Optionally, provide the source IPv6 address.

    Destination Address

    Select the destination address.

    PAC File Name

    The name of the PAC file.

    Comments

    Optionally, provide comments.

    PAC File Content

    Enter the PAC file content.

    For more information, see the FortiProxy Administration Guide..

    Advanced Options

    Expand to view and configure advanced options for the policy.

    Change Note

    Add a description of the changes being made to the policy. This field is required.
  7. Click OK to create the policy. You can select to enable or disable the policy in the right-click menu. When disabled, a disabled icon will be displayed in the Seq.# column to the left of the number. By default, policies will be added to the bottom of the list, but above the implicit policy.