Yes, it is supported. SGOS 7.3.2 introduced a UDP-Tunnel proxy service and provided basic visibility into UDP flows through the appliance.
This release allows you to intercept and further manage UDP flows.
UDP proxy services
Starting in this release, the appliance's Default service listener which matched all TCP traffic not intercepted by other services is renamed to Default TCP. A new Default UDP service listener has been added, which is used for all UDP traffic not intercepted by other services.
This release also introduces the following new CLI commands:
In the ProxySG Admin Console, you can configure a UDP Tunnel proxy service in Configuration > Services > UDP Tunnel Proxy Settings. See snippets below, for guidance.
New Microsoft Teams proxy service
This release includes a new built-in proxy service for Microsoft Teams. This proxy service uses the UDP Tunnel proxy and is set to Bypass by default. To edit the Microsoft Teams service, use the following commands:
#(config proxy-services)edit "MS Teams"
This changes the prompt to #(config MS Teams). Refer to the #(config udp_proxy_service) command in the Command Line Interface documentation for supported subcommands. see snipet below, for guidance.
New policy URL scheme
The url= and related url conditions now support UDP as follows:
Statistics and monitoring
Statistics about UDP traffic are now available in various areas of the Management Console:
In addition, the ProxySG Admin Console shows UDP Tunnel service information in Reports > Traffic Details.
See Release the attached release notes for further referenced, concerning UDP support/features IN SGOS 7.3.2.X and later.