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Table of Contents

Administration Guide

Zero trust tunnels

To view the list of zero trust tunnels, go to System > Network > Zero Trust Tunnels. Zero trust tunnels can be created, edited, and deleted as required.

The following information is shown:

Create New

Select to create a new zero trust tunnel.

Delete

Select to delete the selected zero trust tunnel.

Edit

Select to edit the selected zero trust tunnel.

Reset table column widths

Select the reset icon to reset the table column widths to default.

To create a new zero trust tunnel:
  1. In the zero trust tunnel list, select Create New.

    The Create New Zero Trust Tunnel window opens.

  2. Edit the following settings as required.

    Name

    The name of the zero trust tunnel.

    URL

    The URL of the zero trust tunnel.

    Client certificate

    From the dropdown, select a local CA. See Local CAs.

  3. Select OK to create the new zero trust tunnel.

See Configuring a zero trust tunnel example.

Zero trust tunnels

To view the list of zero trust tunnels, go to System > Network > Zero Trust Tunnels. Zero trust tunnels can be created, edited, and deleted as required.

The following information is shown:

Create New

Select to create a new zero trust tunnel.

Delete

Select to delete the selected zero trust tunnel.

Edit

Select to edit the selected zero trust tunnel.

Reset table column widths

Select the reset icon to reset the table column widths to default.

To create a new zero trust tunnel:
  1. In the zero trust tunnel list, select Create New.

    The Create New Zero Trust Tunnel window opens.

  2. Edit the following settings as required.

    Name

    The name of the zero trust tunnel.

    URL

    The URL of the zero trust tunnel.

    Client certificate

    From the dropdown, select a local CA. See Local CAs.

  3. Select OK to create the new zero trust tunnel.

See Configuring a zero trust tunnel example.