On the FTP > Exceptions tab you can define whitelist hosts/networks that should be excluded from selectable security options offered by the FTP File Transfer Protocol proxy.
To create an exception, proceed as follows:
On the Exceptions tab, click New Exception List.
The Add Exception List dialog box opens.
Make the following settings:
Name: Enter a descriptive name for this exception.
Skip these checks: Select the security checks that should be skipped:
- Antivirus checking: Select to disable virus scanning, which checks traffic for unwanted content such as viruses, trojan horses, and the like.
- Extension blocking: Select to disable the file extension filter, which can be used to block file transfers based on file extensions.
- Allowed servers: Select to disable checks for allowed servers which can be set on the Advanced tab. If selected, the selected client hosts/networks will have access to any FTP server, whereas the selected server hosts/networks will be allowed for any client.
For these client hosts/networks: When selecting this option, the Client Hosts/Networks box opens. Select the client hosts/networks that should be exempt from the security checks of this exception rule.
OR for these server hosts/networks: When selecting this option, the Server Hosts/Networks box opens. Select the server hosts/networks that should be exempt from the security checks of this exception rule.
Comment (optional): Add a description or other information.
The new exception appears on the Exceptions list.