I would like to ask if there are any ways for me to use a different port for user authentication purpose (Other than 4183)?
As for configuration, remaining port 4183 is fine. The purpose of this request is because firewall team would like to clearly distinguish whether the traffic is meant for authentication or console configuration purposes.
Thank you in advance.
Answer by Jacek J. ·
We do not neither support nor recommend running Console (https) on two different ports. Such configuration may lead to multiple issues and we definitely do not want our customers to go this way.
I'm just thinking if there is any other way to achieve your goal and the first idea which comes to my mind, is to use URLs to distinguish traffic for authentication and traffic for configuration. URLs:
should be considered as a traffic for authentication purposes, all other URLs are for working with configuration.
I realize that for firewall team using port for distinguishing traffic purpose might be better solution, but perhaps approach with URLs will work as well ?