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Traffic shaping rule (TCP or UDP Port)

Hi Everyone,

 

I am trying to create a new traffic shaping rule and I need to include some TCP and UDP ports in the definition.

I can see how to include a port in the definition, but I couldn't see how can I define as a TCP or UDP port 

 

Can you help me with the custom expressions that I need to use to define TCP or UDP ports

 

Thanks a lot

 

My Best Regards,

 

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Re: Traffic shaping rule (TCP or UDP Port)

Hi Lomonaco,

 

In the traffic shaping menu under the traffic shaping rules you can create a new rule there. Inside that rule, you can do a custom expression that will allow you to specify the ports you need. 

 

Hope this helps,

 

Bearded_Dozer

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Re: Traffic shaping rule (TCP or UDP Port)

Hi Bearded_Dozer,

 

Thanks for your reply.

But how can I specify, for example, that I want the TCP Port 80 and not the UDP Port 80 ?

I know that I can include the port number (80,8080,123,53,etc) but I didn't see where I can specify the protocol (TCP/UDP) associated with the Port.

 

Thanks again

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Re: Traffic shaping rule (TCP or UDP Port)

Oh, now I'm fully understanding the question. The only place I know that you can specify which protocol is with the firewall on layer 3 and layer 7. May have to submit a wish for this grand idea. 

Kind of a big deal

Re: Traffic shaping rule (TCP or UDP Port)

This may not be related, but if you're trying to prioritize your RTP traffic you should be aware of some changes made in Wired 14.5 and 14.6. 

 

The only place I've seen this documented is in the changelog and not in the KB. It does seem to work well in all the testing we've done.

 

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Kind of a big deal

Re: Traffic shaping rule (TCP or UDP Port)

Damn, wrong thread...

Conversationalist

Re: Traffic shaping rule (TCP or UDP Port)

that is a good one.

are you looking for these port based traffic from specific networks or websites or in general?

 

if it is specific, the custom expressions have much more expressions within it that may be useful like appending the network or local network with the port and then create a l4/l7 firewall rule to check for specific UDP /TCP ports that you want to allow/reject.

 

DO let me know how you achieved this though... this is really interesting!!!

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