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Forward to Proxy Integration

Use this page to configure custom proxy settings. Once configured you can use the Forward to Proxy action in your Real-time Protection policy to redirect traffic to this proxy. But, before you begin, upload your self-signed trusted certificate to Netskope. For more information, refer to Certificates.

  1. Go to Settings > Manage > Forward to Proxy Integration.

  2. Click Setup Proxy.

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  3. Enter these parameters:

    • Proxy Name: Enter a meaningful name.

    • Host: Enter a domain name or IP address.

    • Port: Enter a port number.

    • Options: (Optional). For embedding traffic source identifiers, choose either the source IP address (X-Forwared_For) or username (X-Authenticated-User) or base64 encoded values (X-AU-ENCODE-FORMAT).

      The X-AU-ENCODE-FORMAT allows you to chose from three formats from:

      • None: The username is sent without modification. For example, johndoe@example.com

      • Domain User: The user name is sent as a base64 encoded value long with the domain url. For example: base64Encode(“example.com/johndoe“).

      • Schema Domain User: The user name is sent as a base64 encoded value with full AD url. For example: base64Encode(“WinNT://example.com/johndoe“)

        Note

        Only WinNT schema is supported.

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  4. Click Save.

To use this proxy in your Real-time Protection policy, select Forward to Proxy under Action, and then select the configured proxy.

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