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Registered: ‎06-08-2015

Bluecoat Explicit Proxy Help HTTPS traffic?

Dear All,

 

We have recently purchased Aruba WiFI Controllers and APs, everything is done except Guest traffic to internet!! since it is mandatory to filter this traffic through Bluecoat coat explicit proxy.

 

So far I've used esi group to forward the traffic to bluecoat proxy with dst port nat 8080

Proxy IP 192.168.6.14

Guest users 192.168.165.0/24

Created            

esi server https-proxy
trusted-ip-addr 192.168.6.14
mode nat
dport 8080

esi group https-proxy ping health default server https-proxy
any any svc-https redirect esi-group https-proxy direction forward
any any svc-http redirect esi-group https-proxy direction forward

 

currently http traffic passing to proxy without any issus but HTTPS traffic i'm getting cannot establish secure connection and I'm sure the traffic is reaching the proxy (checked on the firewall and packet caputre on proxy)

 

So please help me....... I've been stuggling more than a week..

ABH 

Valued Contributor II
Posts: 804
Registered: ‎12-01-2014

Re: Bluecoat Explicit Proxy Help HTTPS traffic?

Hi friend,

 

We have to understand the topology more clearly to diagnose the issue. I advise you to open a ticket with TAC.

Cheers,
Venu Puduchery,
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Posts: 3
Registered: ‎04-01-2013

Re: Bluecoat Explicit Proxy Help HTTPS traffic?

You cant use dst nat for https traffic, You need to utilise wired firewall with pbr rule to forward guest vlan traffic to bluecoat proxy.

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