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Configuring Global Custom Application Settings

To configure global application settings in the J-Web user interface:

  1. Click Configure>Security>Policy Elements>Applications.
  2. Select the Custom-Applications tab.
  3. Select one of the following options:
  4. Select the Global tab.
  5. In the Application name field, specify a name for the custom application.
  6. In the Application-protocol field, specify the application protocol. For a complete list of options, see Table 128.
  7. In the Match IP protocol field, specify the network protocol. For a complete list of options, see Table 129.
  8. In the Destination Port field, specify the destination port identifier. You can use a numeric value or one of the text synonyms listed in Table 130.
  9. In the Source Port field, specify the source port identifier. You can use a numeric value or one of the text synonyms listed in Table 130.
  10. In the Inactivity-timeout field, specify the length of time (in seconds) that the application is inactive before it times out. For more information about timeouts, see .
  11. In the RPC-program-number field, specify the remote procedure call (RPC) value. Valid values range from 0 to 65535.
  12. In the Match ICMP message code field, specify the Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) code value, such as host-unreachable or host-unreachable-for-tos.
  13. In the Match ICMP message type field, specify the ICMP packet type value, such as echo or echo-reply.
  14. In the UUID field, specify a universal unique identifier (UUID). A UUID is a 128-bit unique number generated from a hardware address, a timestamp, and seed values.
  15. In the Application-Set field, select the application set to which this application should belong.
  16. Select one of the following options:

Table 128: Custom Application Protocols

Protocol

Description

dns

Domain Name Service

ftp

File Transfer Protocol

ignore

Ignore application type

mgcp-ca

Media Gateway Control Protocol with Call Agent

mgcp-ua

MGCP with User Agent

ms-rpc

Microsoft RPC

pptp

Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol

q931

ISDN connection control protocol (Q.931)

ras

Remote Access Service

realaudio

RealAudio

rsh

UNIX remote shell services

rtsp

Real-Time Streaming Protocol

sccp

Skinny Client Control Protocol

sip

Session Initiation Protocol

sqlnet-v2

Oracle SQLNET v2

sun-rpc

Sun Microsystems RPC

talk

TALK program

tftp

Trivial File Transfer Protocol

Table 129: Match IP Protocols

Protocol

Description

ah

IP Security Authentication Header

egp

Exterior gateway protocol

esp

IPsec Encapsulating Security Payload

gre

Generic routing encapsulation

icmp

Internet Control Message Protocol

igmp

Internet Group Management Protocol

ipip

IP over IP

ospf

Open Shortest Path First

pim

Protocol Independent Multicast

rsvp

Resource Reservation Protocol

sctp

Stream Control Transmission Protocol

tcp

Transmission Control Protocol

udp

User Datagram Protocol

Table 130: Port Names

Port Name

Port Number

afs

1483

bgp

179

biff

512

bootpc

68

bootps

67

cmd

514

cvspserver

2401

dhcp

67

domain

53

eklogin

2105

ekshell

2106

exec

512

finger

79

ftp

21

ftp-data

20

http

80

https

443

ident

113

imap

143

kerberos-sec

88

klogin

543

kpasswd

761

krb-prop

754

krbupdate

760

kshell

544

ldap

389

ldp

646

login

513

mobileip-agent

434

mobilip-mn

435

msdp

639

netbios-dgm

138

netbios-ns

137

netbios-ssn

139

nfsd

2049

nntp

119

ntalk

518

ntp

123

pop3

110

pptp

1723

printer

515

radacct

1813

radius

1812

rip

520

rkinit

2108

smtp

25

snmp

161

snmp-trap

162

snpp

444

socks

1080

ssh

22

sunrpc

111

syslog

514

tacacs

49

tacacs-ds

65

talk

517

telnet

23

tftp

69

timed

525

who

513

xdmcp

177


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