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Lab 1.7: Service Chain List

Service chains are arbitrarily-ordered lists of security devices. Based on environmental requirements, different service chains may contain different re-used sets of services, and different types of traffic can be assigned to different service chains. For example, HTTP traffic may need to go through all of the security services, while non-HTTP traffic goes through a subset, and traffic destined to a financial service URL can bypass decryption and still flow through a smaller set of security services.

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  • Click Add to create a new service chain containing all of the security services.
    • Name - provide a unique name to this service (ex.”all_service_chain”).
    • Services - select any number of desired service and move them into the Selected Service Chain Order column, optionally also ordering them as required. In this lab, select all of the services and then click the rightward-pointing arrow to move them to the Selected Service Chain Order side.
    • Click Save.
  • Click Add to create a new service chain for just the L2 (ex. FireEye) and TAP services.
    • Name - provide a unique name to this service (ex. “sub_service_chain”).
    • Services - select and then move the FireEye and TAP services to the right-hand side.
    • Click Save.
  • Click Save & Next.