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    Specifying Port Access for Traffic Classification (C-Web Interface)

    You can specify a range of port numbers greater than or less than a specific value in a traffic classifier is different from the way you define a range in the configuration on JunosE routers.

    In the C-Web interface, you specify ranges by setting values in the Port Operation boxes.

    To specify a range of port numbers greater or less than a specified value, you can:

    • Define the full set of port numbers in the range to be allowed.
    • Define the full set of port numbers in the range not allowed.

    To configure port numbers greater than a defined value by specifying which values are allowed:

    1. From the Port Operation list, select eq.
    2. In the From Port box, enter the range of ports allowed.

      For example, to specify access to all port numbers greater than 10, specify 11..65535.

    To configure port numbers greater than a defined value by specifying which values are not allowed:

    1. From the Port Operation list, select neq.
    2. In the From Port box, enter the range of ports not allowed.

      For example, to specify access to all port numbers greater than 10, specify 1..9.

    To configure port numbers less than a defined value by specifying which values are allowed:

    1. From the Port Operation list, select eq.
    2. In the From Port box, enter the range of ports.

      For example, to specify access to all port numbers less than 10, specify 1..9.

    To configure port numbers less than a defined value by specifying which values are not allowed:

    1. From the Port Operation list, select neq.
    2. In the From Port box, enter the range of ports.

      For example, to specify access to all port numbers less than 10, specify 11..65535.

    Modified: 2016-12-29