Does anyone know how to create a custom application with custom services? It seems you can modify an existing application and add custom ports, but you cannot create a custom application with custom ports.
This is a limitation of R80 that will be added in the next releases.
As a workaround for now, you can change the services from "any" in the "services" column in the layer. You will need to do it in every location that uses that application.
Are you referring to custom URL's or custom application signatures?
Custom application services. Here is a screenshot when you create a new application and cannot define any services. The other screenshot shows you where you can modify the services.
Was this fixed?
Hi, the same behavior was kept in R80.10. We plan to change that, but at the moment cannot commit to a specific release.
Tomer - is there any update on release of this?
For custom applications/URLs, the ports defined for "Web Browsing" will be used.
You configure those here:
If you only want to allow a specific set of ports for a specific application, then you might want to use the Application Control Signature Tool to create an appropriate signature: Signature Tool for custom Application Control and URL Filtering applications
Doesn't appear (at least in the current public EA) this will change in R80.20.
I have taken a look at the tool and it doesn't appear that i can do a custom URL with custom port - Only seems to be to a specific IP address.
We are only wanting to allow access to a particular URL on port 22.
Do you know if the new R80.20 Manager enables this feature?
As far as I know it does not.
But it seems like you could accomplish this with the regular rulebase too.
Are the gateways in question R80.10?
Yes they are
Then you should be able to do something like the following:
The basic logic is:
Granted, this is not quite as easy as if custom applications also allowed you to specify ports, but this will allow you to achieve the desired result today.
Right,This is why inline layers are so much fun. How could we ever live without them?
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