How to configure online behavior management on an AR

Check whether the device version is V200R005 or a later version, and then check whether a license has been purchased and activated correctly.
The configuration process using the web system is as follows (using the Classic web system as an example):
Enable online behavior management.
1. Log in to the web system, and choose System Management > System Configuration > Service Management.
2. In the Service Management area, click Enabled in the Value-added security service line, and click Apply. The deep security defense function is enabled.
3. Choose Security > Network Behavior Management > Basic Configuration to access the basic configuration page. In the Application Interface line, select the interface to which online behavior management is to be applied. Available Interface indicates the interface to which online behavior management can be applied, and Selected Interface indicates the interface to which online behavior management will be applied. You can click > and < to switch these interfaces.
4. Click Apply. The online behavior management function is enabled.
Create applications.
1. Log in to the web system, choose Security > Network Behavior Management > Basic Configuration to access the basic configuration page.
2. In the Application List area, click Create. In the displayed Create Application text box, set parameters.
3. Click OK. The application list is configured, and the new configuration entries are added to the application list.
To control access to QQ, P2P, games, or videos, use the advanced configuration of online behavior management to separately define an application layer protocol and the time range within which the configuration takes effect.
The configuration process using commands is as follows:
1. Enable smart application control (SAC) and configure the SAC signature database.
2. Configure a traffic classifier for SAC.
3. Configure a traffic policy.
4. Apply the traffic policy.

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