I have FortiGate 60F running version 7.4.0 and have an Explicit Proxy setup. As you can see in the interface CLI output I have the set explicit-web-proxy enabled option configured on the interface however, when I try to create my policy in the Explicit Policy it shows that it isn't enabled on any interfaces.
I haven't come across this issue before, typically enabling this in the GUI causes the interface to be displayed in the policy. Is this because I have an aggregate interface setup and that is causing an issue, has anyone come across this issue before and have any ideas as to what I can do for the interface to appear in the policy?
I can confirm that I have my aggregate interface set in the Listen on Interfaces section within the Explicit proxy settings. I've tried this with another interface also and no matter which one I use it seems that the interface is never displayed in the policy so cannot select the interface.
Still no joy, tried rebooting the firewall as well as disabling/enabling port and features i.e. explicit proxy feature, explicit proxy on interface level etc. I just don't understand why when I enable explicit proxy on the interface and try to create a proxy policy the interface I have enabled it on doesn't appear it just says none per snippet below despite being enabled on interface and listening on interface in Explicit Proxy settings.
Hey Dan - I did a quick test on a lab FortiGate 7.2.5 I still had left over, created an aggregate interface, enabled explicit proxy, and created an explicit proxy policy. I also see 'None' listed in the source interfaces in the proxy policy, but I could successfully create one. I haven't got around to actually testing traffic yet, but I didn't get any errors anywhere along the way. I'm inclined to say this is merely a GUI issue (maybe it cannot display aggregate interfaces in proxy-policies?) - it might be worth configuring a policy and testing if traffic is allowed, even if the interface display in policy says 'None'?
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