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How to disable/enable content filtering and application classification from command line (CLI)

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Article ID: 174191

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Products

ProxySG Software - SGOS

Issue/Introduction

  • Disable content filtering and application classification from command line (CLI)
  • Enable content filtering and application classification from command line (CLI)

Resolution

  • Disable Content Filtering database

ProxySG#config t
Enter configuration commands, one per line. End with CTRL-Z.
ProxySG#(config)content-filter


#(config content-filter) provider bluecoat {disable | enable | lookup-mode
{always | uncategorized}}
Enables or disables Blue Coat Web Filter database. The lookup-mode option specifies whether every URL
should be categorized by the downloaded filter.

#(config content-filter) provider local {disable | enable | lookup-mode {always |uncategorized}}
Enables or disables the default local database. The lookup-mode option specifies whether every URL should be
categorized by the downloaded filter.

#(config content-filter) provider local {disable database_name | enable database_name | lookup-mode {always database_name | uncategorized database_name }}
(Introduced in 6.7.4) Enables or disables the specified local database. The lookup-mode option specifies whether
every URL should be categorized by the downloaded filter.

#(config content-filter) provider iwf {disable | enable | lookup-mode {always |
uncategorized}}
Enables or disables IWF filtering. The lookup-mode option specifies whether every URL should be categorized
by the downloaded filter

 

  • Disable Application Classification

ProxySG#(config)application-classification
ProxySG#(config application-classification)disable
  ok