6.1.1. Procedure – Disabling controlled traffic

Purpose: 

To temporarily disable some or all of the controlled traffic to the protected servers, complete the following steps:

Figure 6.2. Basic Settings > System > Traffic control — Disabling the controlled traffic

Basic Settings > System > Traffic control — Disabling the controlled traffic
Warning

Disabling traffic that way is only temporary. Connections will be enabled again after committing any other change from the PSM web interface. For details on how to permanently disable a type of traffic, see Procedure 6.1.2, Disabling controlled traffic permanently.

Note

Disabling the traffic affects only the traffic configured in the Connection policies, other traffic can pass PSM even if the all traffic is disabled. For details on configuring Connection policies, see Chapter 7, General connection settings.

Steps: 

  1. Navigate to the Basic Settings > System > Traffic control.

    • To disable SSH traffic, click Stop in the SSH traffic field. Note that this also stops all other traffic forwarded in SSH, for example X11.

    • To disable RDP traffic, click Stop in the RDP traffic field.

    • To disable Telnet and TN3270 traffic, click Stop in the Telnet traffic field.

    • To disable VNC traffic, click Stop in the VNC traffic field.

    • To disable all types of traffic, click Stop in the All services field.

    The System monitor displays the status of all types of traffic.