To Enable or Disable Optionally Displayed Features

There are a number of features in the web-based manager that can be configured to either be displayed if you are likely to use them or disabled if you have no need to see them. Some of the ones that may be relevant to the function of the Firewall are:

  • Central NAT Table
  • Dynamic Profile
  • Explicit Proxy
  • Implicit Firewall Policies
  • IPv6
  • Local In Policy
  • Multicast Policies
  • Allow unnamed Policies
  • Allow Multiple Interfaces in policies

You can enable or disable these features by going to System > Admin > Settings. You can also change this settings in the CLI. A number of options for this can be found in system settings.or by using the following CLI options:

 

config system settings

set central-nat [disable | enable]

set gui-icap [disable | enable]

set gui-nat46-64 [disable | enable]

set gui-dns-database [disable | enable]

set gui-load-balance [disable | enable]

set gui-multicast-policy [disable | enable]

set gui-local-in-policy [disable | enable]

set gui-local-reports [disable | enable]

set gui-explicit-proxy [disable | enable]

set gui-policy-based-ipsec [disable | enable]

set gui-ips [disable | enable]

set gui-endpoint-on-net [disable | enable]

set gui-waf-profile [disable | enable]

set gui-allow-unnamed-policy [disable | enable]

set gui-multiple-interface-policy [disable | enable]

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