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acrux
Level 7

WebGateway config

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I have a customer who has a WG-4000b in place but it doesn't seem to be working in the sense of any policy working. It has to be passing traffic through the device as it sits inline between the switches and firewall.

I know little about this device but here is the current setup.

Port 1 on MWG (eth0) - IPv4 Disabled and in Bridge Mode to ibr0

Port 2 on MWG (eth1) - IPv4 Disabled and in Bridge Mode to ibr0

Port 3 on MWG (eth2) - IPv4 enabled with IP/Subnet

ibr0 - IPv4 enabled with IP/Subnet

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There is only a few policies setup, but all are 'enabled' when clicking on them to edit. When I look at reporting though nothing outside of the device performance is being captured.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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McAfee Employee

Re: WebGateway config

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Hi acrux,

That is correct, adding the port redirects would mean that the MWG would now be able to filter the traffic. This will be service impacting temporarily.

You could start by adding 80, then 443 once you verify it's working.

Best Regards,

Jon

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mbagheryan
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Re: WebGateway config

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Hi,

Kindly mention your appliance software version and also the chosen Network setup in Proxy part.

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acrux
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Re: WebGateway config

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M Bagheryan M,

Thanks for the reply, sorry I was unable to get to the device again until this morning.

Version  - 7.4.2.7.0

Currently looks to be set into Transparent Bridge Mode. However There are no port redirects associated. If they were to add in 80 & 443 would that resolve that traffic to the policies? Will this change be service impacting as well?

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Thanks!

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McAfee Employee

Re: WebGateway config

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Hi acrux,

That is correct, adding the port redirects would mean that the MWG would now be able to filter the traffic. This will be service impacting temporarily.

You could start by adding 80, then 443 once you verify it's working.

Best Regards,

Jon

acrux
Level 7

Re: WebGateway config

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Applied and worked instantly, thank you for confirming!

Thanks to both of you for the responses.

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mbagheryan
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Re: WebGateway config

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As you saw that in the Picture it is right.

Happy to know that it is working now.

Enjoy.

M. B. M

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