Cisco Umbrella is a cloud security platform that provides the first line of defense against threats on the internet. It acts as a gateway between the internet and your systems and data to block malware, botnets and phishing over any port, protocol or app.
Using an Umbrella account, the integration will transparently intercept DNS queries and redirect them to Umbrella. This device will appear in the Umbrella dashboard as a network device for applying policy and viewing reports.
Check the check box to enable the Cisco Umbrella functionality.
Enter the Secret and API Key which you obtain from the Cisco Umbrella website in the required fields.
Enter the domain name you trust in the Local Domains to Bypass (optional) field and the packets will reach the destination without going through the Umbrella. Items in the list should be separated by a comma, while the domains can include wildcards in the form of an asterisk (*). For example: *.cisco.com.*.
Enter a tag name in the Device Tag (optional) field to tag the device. The Device Tag describes the device or a particular origin assigned to the device. Ensure it is unique to your organization.
Check the DNSCrypt check box to enable DNS encryption.
Click Apply to apply these configurations. The status of the registration is indicated in the Registration Status field. The status can be Successful, Registering or Failed.