We have setup a AV policy ( via HTTP Application defense group / HTTP Application defense ) that control file uploading to a server . Unfortunately large file upload start to hang..
What setting within the policy should I be looking at and what is responsible for the file uploads hanging ?
What exact version and patch level are you on?
$> cf package list
What settings do you have under Application Defenses -> Virus Scanning?
What settings do you have in the HTTP Application Defense -> MIME/Virus/Spyware (tab) that is used in this rule?
How large are these files that start to hang? Are they archive files (zip/tar/etc.)?
Is this a physical firewall or a virtual firewall (in VMware)? If this is a physical machine, what is the model number? If this is a virtual firewall, how many CPUs/cores are dedicated to this firewall and how much memory is allocated to it?
1. The latest package list is
|8.3.2P07||26-Jul-15 02:25||installed McAfee Firewall Enterprise 8.3.2P07 General Maintenance|
|8.3.2E49||26-Jul-15 02:35||installed McAfee Firewall Enterprise 8.3.2E49 NTP Maintenance|
|8.3.2E53||26-Jul-15 02:38||installed McAfee Firewall Enterprise 8.3.2E53 Timezone Maintenance|
|8.3.2E58||26-Jul-15 02:41||installed McAfee Firewall Enterprise 8.3.2E58 BIND Maintenance|
|8.3.2E55||26-Jul-15 02:50||installed McAfee Firewall Enterprise 8.3.2E55 OpenSSL Maintenance|
2 & 3 . they are attached
4. Files above 145 MB start to hang when uploaded and timed out
5. This is a physical firewall - McAfee Firewall Enterprise Appliance S5032
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