Identifying the Proxy Cache and the HTTP port for Network Agent – Websense
Web Proxy Cache machines through which filtered Internet requests are routed. You also must provide the port that Squid uses for HTTP traffic. Without this data, Network Agent cannot filter or log requests properly.
1.Open TRITON – Web Security.
2.In the Settings tab, expand Network Agent.
3.Select the appropriate IP address in the left navigation pane to open the Local Settings page.
4.Add the IP addresses for all proxy servers under Proxies and Caches.
5.Click Advanced Network Agent Settings.
6.For Ports used for HTTP traffic, enter the port used by Squid Web Proxy Cache for HTTP traffic (default: 3128).
7.Click OK to cache changes on the Local Settings page. Changes are not implemented until you click Save All.
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