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Configuring Network Agent local settings
Administrator Help | Forcepoint Web Security and Forcepoint URL Filtering | v8.5.x
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Use the Settings > Network Agent > Local Settings page to configure Internet traffic management, proxy information, and other settings for the selected instance of Network Agent.
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To get to the Local Settings page for a Network Agent instance, navigate to the Settings > Network Agent menu and position the mouse over the Global option. A list of IP addresses appears. Select the IP address of the instance you want to configure.
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Use the Filtering Service Definition settings to specify which Filtering Service is associated with the selected Network Agent instance, and how to respond to Internet requests if Filtering Service is not available.
Select Permit to permit all requests or select Block to block all requests until Filtering Service is available again. The default is Permit.
To ensure that user requests are monitored, managed, and logged correctly, use the Proxies and Caches list to specify the IP address of any proxy or cache server that communicates with Network Agent.
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Click Add to add an IPv4 or IPv6 address or range to the list (see Adding or editing IP addresses during Network Agent configuration).
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Use the Network Interface Cards list to configure individual NICs. Click on a NIC in the Name column, and then see Configuring Network Agent NIC settings for further instructions.
The Advanced Network Agent Settings options are used when:
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By default the Ports used for HTTP traffic are 8080, 80 (with Forcepoint Web Security, or when Forcepoint URL Filtering is integrated with a third-party product) or All (in a standalone deployment).
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Mark Configure this Network Agent instance to ignore traffic on the following ports, and then enter one or more ports.
In Forcepoint Web Security deployments, this may be used to prevent double logging of HTTPS traffic.
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Debug Settings options should not be changed without direction from Technical Support.
When you are finished making changes to your Network Agent settings, click OK to cache the changes. Changes are not implemented until you click Save and Deploy.

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