Re: Can't Access Web Sites after applying SSL Policy
Is the certificate you are using for Firepower configured as a "certificate-issuing-certificate"?
This would need to be specified in the template used by the CA when signing the certificate it issues to the FMC. A standard web server certificate (even if the issuing CA is trusted) will not suffice to allow Firepower to masquerade as the destination site when proxying the SSL traffic.
FP URL filtering capability can classify the URLs based on:
Reputation (risk level)
This varies from High Risk (level 1) to Well Known (level 5)
Category + Reputation
If you select a reputation level to allow,...
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