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AppID and Service use

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We have found instances where applications were changed in house to use a different port than the default. So we are in discussion as to what is the best approach to create policy rules.

Below are the two policy rules involving AppID is what we believe to best address our situation:

1. appID with Service set to protocol port that the app is set to use
2. appID with Service set no protocol port 

 

We were wanting to just create one policy rule but realize we may have to settle for multiple. 


I have been unable to find documentation that discusses the best approach involving the above and just needed to discuss the pros and cons.

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

@terryc,

In these instances I would just create a security rulebase entry with the app-id and a service-object set for the protocol and port you have modified it to. This would be a standalone entry; don't try to combine standard app-id traffic and what you have to customize. 

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Reasons to use the serviceApp ID helps developers to easily add authentication to their web and mobile apps with few lines of code

Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

@terryc,

In these instances I would just create a security rulebase entry with the app-id and a service-object set for the protocol and port you have modified it to. This would be a standalone entry; don't try to combine standard app-id traffic and what you have to customize. 

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