A Service Port Object allows you to define a service based on protocol (TCP, UDP, ICMP) and port(s) so that the Object can be used in a policy.
For example, a Service Port Object may be used to define HTTPS access by specifying TCP ports 443 and 8443. Once defined, this object is available for use in any policies; updates to the Object definition are applied to each instance of its use.
The object structure also supports the concept of an Service Port Object Group, enabling one or more Service Port Objects to be grouped together for convenience in policy definition.
Creating a Service Port Object or Object Group
To create a Service Port Object, navigate to Access Policy Management > Service Port Objects, and click "Add Object".
Give your Service Port Object a name which is easy to remember. You may also use the Description field to provide more context about what this Service Port Object is intended to represent.
The Protocol field allows you to choose any of the following options:
Any (matches all protocols)
TCP and UDP
If you wish to specify a list of ports, ensure the Port Format is set to "Customized Ports", then enter list of ports in the Ports field.
Click Save. You may now use this Service Port Object or Object Group in an Access Policy or a Chamber Policy.