URL Filtering Response Pages

Learn about the URL filtering response pages that display during block events.
Where can I use this?
What do I need?
  • Prisma Access
  • PAN-OS
  • Advanced URL Filtering license
    For Prisma Access, this is usually included with your Prisma Access license.
The firewall displays a response page (or block page) when a user attempts to access a site in a category that is configured with one of the block actions in a URL Filtering profile (block, continue, or override) or when Log container page only is enabled.
Palo Alto Networks appliances come with five predefined response pages. Each response page explains why a page cannot be accessed and displays information including the user IP address, the page they tried to access, and the url category that triggered the blocking action pages.
You can customize these predefined response pages to communicate your acceptable use policies and/or corporate branding. Use response page variables and response page references to modify the values that display for user, url, and category or to add external images, sounds, or style sheets.
The browser does not display response pages if you enable SSL/TLS handshake inspection.

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