HTTP response (reqmod)
The ICAP protocol targets mainly web and mail content. It provides HTTP proxies (for web) and SMTP relays (for mail) with an interface.
|Send HTTP requests to the ICAP server||
Each client request to a website is sent to the ICAP server.
|Server||Indicates the ICAP server.|
|ICAP Port||Indicates the ICAP port.|
|Name of ICAP service||Indicates the name of the service to set up. This information varies according to the solution used, the ICAP server as well as the port used.|
Authentication on the ICAP server
Information available on the firewall can be used for performing ICAP services.
It is possible to define in an ICAP server that a certain site is intended for a certain user. In this case, you will be able to filter according to an LDAP ID or an IP address.
|Send the username/group name||This option allows using information relating to the LDAP base (especially the logins of authenticated users).|
|Send client’s IP address||This option allows using IP addresses of HTTP clients who send requests to Adapter (object used for translating between the ICAP format and the requested format).|
Whitelist (will not be sent to the ICAP server)
|HTTP server (Host – Network – Address range)||Adds hosts, networks or address ranges whose details will not be sent to the ICAP server. These items can be deleted from the list at any time.|