Go into the settings for the URL Filtering engine and use the extended list feature in there.
I have created the category as mentioned by you,but i m confuse how to use it in the rule.I have attached the screenshot to explain you so that u can help me..
There is one rule named Risk_Management in the screenshot in which there is a line URL.categories<Default>at least one in list Risk_Management_Category_Allowed.In Default we will select user-defined category that we created in URL filtering engine but after at least one in list what
we will use in Risk_Management_Category_Allowed???If u want more information i can provide u..
Can anyone explain me with example so that I can understand how to use it in ruleset
I think you are on a good track... basically what you do is:
- Take the URL (for example "mcafee.com")
- Put it into an extended list item like this: mcafee.com -> User-Defined-Category-100
- Configure the extended list to be used in the URL filter settings, as you described
From now on when someone accesses "mcafee.com" the category is no longer "Software/Hardware" but "User-Defined-Category-100". So your rule could look like
If URL.Categories at least one in list <My List> Then Stop Rule Set
In "My List" you add the category "User-Defined-Category-100".
So when someone accesses mcafee.com the URL filter lookup will result into "User-Defined-Category-100". If this category is in the list "My List" it will match the rule and the selected action is executed.
Thanks a lot Andre..
Your Information really helped m and I am able to create the rule and it works fine. .
Just want to confirm can we change the name of user defined categories
Thanks once again for your support