Best practice to write an application based policy whith some ports different from standard

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Best practice to write an application based policy whith some ports different from standard

L1 Bithead

Hello,

I would need to write a policy to allow Oracle connection on specific servers.

Unfortunately I have some Oracle instances that don't use the standard TCP 1521 port.

How can I handle this problem writing just one rules that matches all my destination Oracle servers even if there are different port used?

 

Thanks for your reccomendations

 

Regards

 

 

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L1 Bithead

You can create a rule (using your specific source/dest IPs and zones, add appID "oracle", then add in the specific service ports...

1. Add the app default port

2. Add in other non-standard ports for the app -OR- use a service group to hold all the custom service ports you create, and assign that group to the rule.

jbworley_0-1642017185363.png

 

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L1 Bithead

You can create a rule (using your specific source/dest IPs and zones, add appID "oracle", then add in the specific service ports...

1. Add the app default port

2. Add in other non-standard ports for the app -OR- use a service group to hold all the custom service ports you create, and assign that group to the rule.

jbworley_0-1642017185363.png

 

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