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Cisco Web Security Appliance S190 – Web GUI

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Last updated on August 9, 2019

Cisco® Web Security Appliance (WSA) offers malware protection, application visibility and control, acceptable use policy controls, insightful reporting and secure mobility to enterprise network. 

The Cisco WSA is a forward proxy that can be deployed in either Explicit mode (proxy automatic configuration [PAC] files, Web Proxy Auto-Discovery [WPAD], browser settings) or Transparent mode (Web Cache Communication Protocol [WCCP], Policy-Based Routing [PBR], load balancers). WCCP-compatible devices, such as Cisco Catalyst® 6000 Series Switches, Cisco ASR 1000 Series Aggregation Services Routers, Cisco Integrated Services Routers, and Cisco ASA 5500-X Series Next-Generation Firewalls, reroute web traffic to the Cisco WSA. The Cisco WSA can proxy HTTP, HTTPS, SOCKS, native FTP, and FTP over HTTP traffic to deliver additional capabilities such as data-loss prevention, mobile user security, and advanced visibility and control. Cisco provides hardware appliances (Cisco S690, Cisco S690X, Cisco S680, Cisco S390, Cisco S380, Cisco S190, Cisco S170) and virtual appliances WSAV (S000v, S100v, S300v) for different requirements. In this post, S190 will be used to show the how web gui looks like.
The Cisco S190 appliance is typically installed as an additional layer in the
network between clients and the Internet.

Model
Disk Space
RAID Mirroring
Memory
CPUs
SMB and Branch
S190
1.2TB
(2×600 GB SAS)
Yes (RAID 1)
8 GB, DDR4
1 x 1.9 Ghz, 6C

Depending on how you deploy the
appliance, you may or may not need a Layer 4 (L4) switch or a WCCP router to
direct client traffic to the appliance.
Deployment options include:

  • Transparent Proxy—Web proxy with an L4 switch 
  • Transparent Proxy—Web proxy with a WCCP router 
  • Explicit Forward Proxy—Connection to a network switch 
  • L4 Traffic Monitor—Ethernet tap (simplex or duplex)


Log in

Reporting
Reporting – AntiMalware

Reporting – My Reports
Reporting – Scheduled Reports
Reporting – Web Tracking

Reporting – System Status

Reporting – Websites

Web Security Manager

Security Services

Proxy Auto-Configuration File Hosting Settings

Proxy Settings

System Administration

Features

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