We've got the new IOS Content Filtering (provided by Trend Micro) setup and working mostly good on one of our remote routers, but it is only scanning/blocking HTTP content currently. When I add the HTTPS to the class-map, it complains;
class-map type inspect match-any http-class
match protocol http
match protocol https
policy-map type inspect urlfilter trend-policy
parameter type urlfpolicy trend trend-pm
class type urlfilter whitelist
class type urlfilter blacklist
class type urlfilter trend drop-category
policy-map type inspect insideOut
class type inspect intVPN
class type inspect insideOut
class type inspect http-class
service-policy urlfilter trend-policy
class type inspect catchAllPrivate
Is there any way to get IOS content filtering working on HTTPS, or will it always disable when it reboots and sees that HTTPS in the class map? Thanks.
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