Regardless of the port number, we can decrypt SSL and SSH sessions.
Since FASP uses SSH for encryption, then technically it should be possible to decrypt it.
Please refer to our Technical Documentation for how SSH Proxy is configured:
The port doesn't necessarily have to be 443 or 22 for us to decrypt the traffic.
Since the application runs over SSH, we should be able to decrypt it using SSH Proxy.
If the decryption is breaking the application, you can open a ticket with Support for troubleshooting at the link below:
I hope that helps.
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