Web Application Firewall (WAF) protects services that use standard ports and non-standard ports. The standard ports are 80, 8080, 443, and 8443. The non-standard ports must be supported by WAF. You can specify non-standard ports for the origin server when you configure WAF for your website. WAF receives and forwards traffic on the ports that you specify.
- The maximum number of ports that a WAF instance supports is the total number of standard and non-standard ports that the instance supports.
- You can use all the non-standard ports only when you use a WAF instance of the Exclusive edition.In other cases, you can use only the non-standard ports that are supported by WAF.
View the supported ports in the WAF console
- In the left-side navigation pane of the WAF console, choose .
- Find the domain name for which you want to specify ports and click Edit in the Actions column.
- On the Edit page, find the Destination Server Port section, click Customize, and then enter port numbers based on your business requirements.
For more information, see Specify ports.
Ports supported by each WAF edition
|WAF edition||Maximum number of ports supported by each WAF instance||Supported standard port (default)||Supported non-standard port (custom)|
|Business||30 (This is the total number of standard ports and non-standard ports.)||
|Enterprise||50 (This is the total number of standard ports and non-standard ports.)||
|Exclusive edition||50 (This is the total number of standard ports and non-standard ports.)||
||All the non-standard ports in the range of 0 to 65535, excluding specific system ports. The system ports include ports 22, 53, 4431, 4646, 4985, 4986, 4987, 6060, 8301, 8600, 9100, 15001, and 56688.|