transparent - Manage the transparent Web proxy
 transparent [raz | (add (internal | auxiliary | vpnipsec) <ip> [<network-mask> [<qos>]]) | (del (internal | auxiliary | vpnipsec) <ip> <network-mask>)]
When the transparent mode is activated, the system transparently catches the Web traffic and manage it the same way as it has come into the system via the system’s proxy. This command is used to limit the transparent mode to specified networks only. If no transparent networks are defined, the system acts as a transparent gateway for all networks. If at least one transparent network or one web access network (see the command access) is defined, the system acts as a transparent gateway only for clients located explicitly on defined transparent networks.
Traffic bandwidths can also be customised for transparent networks by setting the optional <qos> parameter. The <qos> value represents the percentage of the bandwidth defined (using the qos command) for a given type of traffic and should be an integer between 1 and 100. If no <qos> is given, the value of 100% is used by default. For traffic incoming from the internal and auxiliary interfaces, the <qos> is applied to the bandwidth reserved for web traffic type. For traffic incoming from the vpnipsec virtual interface, the <qos> is applied to the bandwidth reserved for vpnipsec traffic type. See the qos command for further information.
access (1) apply (1) mode (1) qos (1)
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