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Configuring Web Settings > Configure Bypass Settings > Adding and importing sites that bypass the proxy
Adding and importing sites that bypass the proxy
The Proxy Bypass tab of the Bypass Settings page enables you to define sites that bypass the cloud service for all policies. This may include, for example, internal sites that are not accessible from the Internet, so the cloud service cannot serve or analyze them.
A proxy bypass destination can be a domain name, an IP address, or a subnet.
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Recommended bypass destinations include organizational webmail sites, internal IP addresses, and system traffic such as Microsoft and antivirus updates. If remote browser isolation is configured, the provider IP address or domain name is automatically added as a bypass destination.
If your organization uses Microsoft Office 365, select the Office 365 box under Cloud Applications and click Save to bypass the cloud service for sites and URLs associated with Office 365.
 
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You can also configure policy-specific bypass destinations on the Connections tab of each policy. For more information, see Proxy bypass.
To add a new bypass destination:
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Click Add.
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Enter a Name and helpful Description for the destination.
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Specify the destination Type, then enter the Address (single IP address), Subnet (using CIDR notation or subnet mask), or Domain.
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Use the optional Comment box to add helpful information, such as why the entry was created.
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Click Submit.
To import bypass destinations in bulk:
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Click Import Destinations.
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The template file contains the following columns: Name, Type, Destination, and Description. Only Description is optional; all other columns must be filled in. Ensure the Type column contains either Address, Domain, or Subnet, and any destinations with the Subnet type use CIDR notation. For example:
Name Type Destination Description
Dest1 Domain destination1.com Here is a description
Dest2 Address 154.10.2.36 Another description
Dest3 Subnet 154.10.2.38/19 Yet another description
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Once the destinations are successfully imported, the Import Destinations page closes and the imported destinations are listed on the Proxy Bypass tab. If the import fails, any errors are listed on the Import Destinations page. Each error states which line of the CSV file is affected, and explains the problem; fix any issues before trying the import process again.
 
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You can add a total of 1000 proxy bypass destinations per policy. Account-level bypass destinations (added via Web > Proxy Bypass) count towards this limit for each policy. For example, if your policy has 10 bypass destinations, and you have 10 account-level bypass destinations, this is counted as a total of 20 destinations for the policy.

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