Configure Traffic Forwarding to Comodo SWG
- You need to route your endpoint and network traffic through Comodo SWG in order to deploy web protection policies.
- This traffic forwarding can be done in multiple ways, the most common of which are explained in the sections below.
- The direct proxy method is more suited to smaller organizations with fewer endpoints. Proxy chaining and ICAP methods are better suited to larger organizations with multiple networks in different locations.
- If you don’t want to use any of the methods above you can just install the SWG agent on devices and deploy user/endpoint based rules.
Click the following links for more information on each method:
After connecting your network(s), make sure to add them as a ‘Trusted Network’ in the ‘Locations’ interface. If you do not then Comodo SWG will not function correctly and your network will not be able to connect to the internet. See next step Connect your network(s) to Comodo SWG.
- Note – Comodo SWG uses ports 17443, 19443 and 19080 to connect to your networks. Please configure your firewall to allow SWG traffic over these ports.