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Table of Contents

Administration Guide

ICAP profile

Note

Before you can configure an ICAP profile, it must be enabled in Policy and Object's Display Options.

Content analysis objects are only available in FortiProxy ADOMs. See FortiProxy ADOMs.

To create an ICAP profile:
  1. Go to Policy & Objects > Object Configurations > Content Analysis > ICAP Profile, and click Create New.
    The Create New ICAP Profile window appears.
  2. Enter the following information:

    Name

    Enter a name for the ICAP profile.

    Enable Request Processing

    Enable or disable request processing.

    If you enable request processing, select a server from the dropdown menu, specify the path on the server to the processing component, and then select the behavior on failure, either Error or Bypass.

    Enable Response Processing

    Enable or disable response processing.

    If you enable response processing, select a server from the dropdown menu, specify the path on the server to the processing component, and then select the behavior on failure, either Error or Bypass.

    Enable Streaming Media Bypass Enable to allow streaming media to ignore offloading to the ICAP server.

ICAP profile

Note

Before you can configure an ICAP profile, it must be enabled in Policy and Object's Display Options.

Content analysis objects are only available in FortiProxy ADOMs. See FortiProxy ADOMs.

To create an ICAP profile:
  1. Go to Policy & Objects > Object Configurations > Content Analysis > ICAP Profile, and click Create New.
    The Create New ICAP Profile window appears.
  2. Enter the following information:

    Name

    Enter a name for the ICAP profile.

    Enable Request Processing

    Enable or disable request processing.

    If you enable request processing, select a server from the dropdown menu, specify the path on the server to the processing component, and then select the behavior on failure, either Error or Bypass.

    Enable Response Processing

    Enable or disable response processing.

    If you enable response processing, select a server from the dropdown menu, specify the path on the server to the processing component, and then select the behavior on failure, either Error or Bypass.

    Enable Streaming Media Bypass Enable to allow streaming media to ignore offloading to the ICAP server.