You can create a Common Catalog instance for Client Proxy, then select it when configuring the bypass list in a policy.
Before you begin
You must be logged on to the Trellix ePO or Trellix ePO Cloud server as an administrator.
Client Proxy catalog instances are globally available. You can associate each instance with more than one policy.
A Client Proxy catalog consists of lists of items that are grouped by these categories or types:
- Domain names
- Network addresses
- Network ports
- Process names
On the Common Catalog page, you can create and configure a catalog instance. You can view the lists of items in each category and add, edit, or remove items from the lists. Add as many lists to the catalog instance as you need.
- From the Trellix ePO or Trellix ePO Cloud menu, select Policy > Policy Catalog.
- From the Actions drop-down list on the Catalog List page, select New Catalog.
- Specify a name for the new catalog and an optional description, then click OK.
- Under Source / Destination in the Common Catalog pane, select a category:
- Domain name — Web traffic sent to the domains in this list bypasses the proxy server. Example: google.com
- Network Address (IP) — Web traffic sent to the IP addresses in this list bypasses the proxy server. Addresses
- can be configured individually, as a range, or using a subnet.
- Examples include:
- Network Port — Web traffic sent to the ports in this list bypasses the proxy server. Examples: 40, 80, 400–500
- Process Name List — Web traffic coming from the processes in this list bypasses the proxy server. A process runs on the endpoints. Windows process names must end with .exe. macOS process names don't require a file name extension. Add Skyhigh Security and other trusted processes to this list.
- From the Actions drop-down list, select New.
- Specify a unique name for the list or use the default name.
- Click Add to add items to the list, then click Save.
The list is added to the Common Catalog.
The Common Catalog instance is configured and saved.