I am trying to fulfill a request by my security team to enable app id on our palo alto rule base & I cannot find the app id for https. There is also a machine inside our envirionment that needs to be accessed over tcp 444 using https:// so I assume enabling app id won't break communication to this machine as long as I specify port 444 in the rule. Is that correct?
App name is ssl.
ssl default port is 443 so if your security policy allows apps on default port then you need additional rule App=ssl and Service=tcp/443
Initial post told that https traffic (ssl AppID) needs to run over port 444.
In this case you need rule that permits that.
ssl and application-default allows only on 443.
Looks like I did typo in my initial reply. 443 should be 444.
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