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You can configure BloxOne Threat Defense Cloud to redirect traffic to the Infoblox redirect page or a custom redirect destination. BloxOne Threat Defense Cloud allows you to apply multiple redirect actions and integrate BloxOne Threat Defense Cloud with third-party proxies, secure web gateways, blackholes, honeypots, and sinkhole solutions. If you want to redirect traffic to a custom destination, you must first add the redirect IP or domain to the Redirect Page

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This feature is not available with the BloxOne Threat Defense Cloud Standard subscription.     

Using the Default Redirect Page

To use the default redirect page, complete the following:

  1. From the Cloud Services Portal, click Policies  Redirect.
  2. On the Redirect Page, select Default Redirect.
  3. From the options menu, select Use Default Redirect.  This option contains a predefined, default message informing users that they have reached a malicious site or a site that is specifically blocked by the administrator. You can also add a bypass code to the default redirect page. A bypass code allows visitors to access blocked or redirected domains and pages. To add a bypass code to a default redirect page, see Using Bypass Codes
  4. Click Save to save your configuration.

Embedding a Custom Message  in a Redirect Page

To embed a custom message in a redirect page, complete the following:

  1. From the Cloud Services Portal, click Policies → Redirect.
  2. On the Redirect Page, select Default Redirect.
  3. From the options menu, select Use Custom Message. Select this option to embed a custom HTML formatted message into the redirect page. Custom messages can be created using the provided HTML editor and previewer. A bypass code allows visitors to access blocked or redirected domains and pages. To add a bypass code to a default redirect page, see Using Bypass Codes.
  4. Click Save to save your configuration and custom redirect page message.

The bypass code text input field will only be displayed when the bypass code proxy is enabled. If the bypass code proxy is disabled, then the redirect page will not display the bypass code text input field and bypass codes will not be allowed. For more information, see Viewing Bypass Codes.

Creating a Custom Redirect Page

Using the custom page redirect option, you can display a custom redirect page containing contextual information and actions. You can also use this option to integrate BloxOne Threat Defense Cloud with different solutions such as proxy servers, secure web gateways, sinkholes, honeypots, and blackholes. Ensure that you manage these third-party solutions and keep their destination IP addresses and domains up-to-date. To create a custom redirect page, complete the following:

  1. From the Cloud Services Portal, click Policies → Redirect.
  2. On the Redirect Page, select Custom Redirect.
    • Click the Create button on the top Action bar to create a new redirect page. Then enter the following:
      • Name: Enter a meaningful name for the redirect page so you can select the correct redirect action when configuring your security policies. The custom redirect name will appear as an optional action for all the global threat intelligence feeds when you configure your security policies. You can configure up to five custom redirect pages. For information about how to configuring security policies, see Configuring Security Policies.
      • IP/Domain: Enter an IP address or domain to which you want to redirect your traffic. You can add up to five custom IPs or domains.
  3. Click Save & Close to save your configuration.

Editing a Custom Redirect Page

To make edits or changes to a custom redirect page, complete the following:

  1. From the Cloud Services Portal, click Policies → Redirect.
  2. On the Redirect Page, select Custom Redirect.
  3. From the list of custom redirect pages, select the name of the redirect from the list.
  4. Once selected, click Edit to call up the Edit Custom IP/Domain screen.
  5. Edit the Name and IP/Domain as needed.
  6. Click Save & Close to save your edited configuration.

Removing a Custom Redirect Page

To remove a custom redirect page, complete the following:

  1. From the Cloud Services Portal, click Policies → Redirect.
  2. On the Redirect Page, select Custom Redirect.
  3. From the list of custom redirect pages, select the name of the redirect from the list.
  4. Once selected, click Remove.

You will be prompted to confirm your intentions of removing the custom redirect page. Click Delete to remove the custom redirect page.

You cannot remove an existing custom redirect entry if it has been assigned as an action to any of the global threat intelligence feeds in any security policies.



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