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Allow IP in Juniper Firewall SSG140 to bypass proxy

Posted on 2014-02-04
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Dear Support,

We have Juniper Firewall (SSG140) in our organization. Now clients are connected to internet through proxy server. I want to allow one IP in firewall which should connect to internet without proxy. Please let me know how to configure this in firewall.

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You'll need to define an exception on machine itself to circumvent the proxy, and create a policy allowing HTTP/HTTPS traffic from that IP.
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Are you using policy based routing to send traffic to the proxy server? If you are you can configure exceptions for IP addresses to go directly out of the default gateway instead of via the proxy.
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