A firewall acting as a decryption broker uses dedicated decryption
forwarding interfaces to send decrypted traffic to a security chain—a
set of inline, third-party security appliances—for additional analysis.
Two types of security chain networks are supported with a decryption
broker (Layer 3 security chains and Transparent Bridge security
chains), and you can also choose for the firewall to direct traffic
through the security chain unidirectionally or bidirectionally.
A single firewall can distribute decrypted sessions among up to
64 security chains, and can monitor security chains to ensure that
they are effectively processing traffic.
Review the following topics to learn more about decryption broker support