Use a WildFire Analysis profile to specify for WildFire
file analysis to be performed locally on the WildFire appliance
or in the WildFire cloud. You can specify traffic to be forwarded
to the public cloud or private cloud based on file type, application,
or the transmission direction of the file (upload or download).
After creating a WildFire analysis profile,
adding the profile to a policy (
) further allows you
apply the profile settings to any traffic matched to that policy
(for example, a URL category defined in the policy).
Enter a descriptive name for the WildFire
analysis profile (up to 31 characters). This name appears in the
list of WildFire Analysis profiles that you can choose from when
defining a Security policy rule. The name is case-sensitive and
must be unique. Use only letters, numbers, spaces, hyphens, and
Optionally describe the profile rules or
the intended use for the profile (up to 255 characters).
Select this option if you want the profile
to be available to:
Every virtual system (vsys) on
a multi-vsys firewall. If you clear this selection, the profile
will be available only to the
Every device group on Panorama. If you clear this selection,
the profile will be available only to the
Define one or more rules to specify traffic
to forward to either the WildFire public cloud or the WildFire appliance
(private cloud) for analysis.
Enter a descriptive
any rules you add to the profile (up to 31 characters).
so that any application
traffic will be matched to the rule and forwarded to the specified
to be analyzed
at the defined analysis destination for the rule.
WildFire private cloud (hosted by a WildFire appliance) does not
support analysis of APK, Mac OS X, archive, and linux files.
Apply the rule to traffic depending on the transmission
You can apply the rule to upload traffic, download traffic, or both.
to be forwarded for analysis:
so that all traffic matched to the rule is forwarded to the WildFire
public cloud for analysis.
Select private-cloud so that all traffic matched to the rule
is forwarded to the WildFire appliance for analysis.