Secure Mobile Access 100 10.2 Administration Guide

Edit Global Policies

To define global access policies

  1. Navigate to either the Users > Local Users or Users > Local Groups window.
  2. Click the Configure icon next to Global Policies. The Edit Global Settings window is displayed.
  3. On the Policies tab, click Add Policy.

  4. In the Apply Policy To drop-down menu, select one of the following: IP Address, IP Network, All Addresses, Network Object, Server Path, URL Object, All IPv6 Address, IPv6 Address, or IPv6 Network.
  5. Type a name for the policy in the Policy Name field.

    • If your policy applies to a specific IPv4 host, select the IP Address option from the Apply Policy To drop-down menu and enter the IPv4 address of the local host machine in the IP Address field.
    • If your policy applies to a range of IPv4 addresses, select the IP Network option from the Apply Policy To drop-down menu and enter the IPv4 network address in the IP Network Address field and the subnet mask in the Subnet Mask field.
    • If your policy applies to a specific IPv6 host, select the IPv6 Address option from the Apply Policy To drop-down menu and enter the IPv6 address of the local host machine in the IPv6 Address field.
    • If your policy applies to a range of IPv6 addresses, select the IPv6 Network option from the Apply Policy To drop-down menu and enter the IPv6 network address in the IPv6 Network Address field and the IPv6 prefix in the IPv6 Prefix field.
  6. Select the desired Protocol. The available value options in the Protocol field include TCP, UDP, ICMP, and ALL. You can select multiple items among TCP, UDP, and ICMP. However, when ALL is selected, all other options are deselected.
  7. Optionally enter a port range (80-443) or a single port number into the Port Range/Port Number field. This field is available when you select IP Address, IP Address Range, IPv6 Address, or IPv6 Address Range in the Apply Policy To drop-down menu.
  8. Select the service type in the Service drop-down menu. If you are applying a policy to a network object, the service type is defined in the network object.
  9. Select ALLOW or DENY from the Status drop-down menu to either permit or deny SMA connections for the specified service and host machine.
  10. Click Accept to update the configuration. After the configuration has been updated, the new policy is displayed in the Edit Global Settings window. The global policies are displayed in the policy list in the Edit Global Settings window in the order of priority, from the highest priority policy to the lowest priority policy.

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