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Andre

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We are installing a software application that requires a connection to Apple Notification Service.
This is being blocked somehow.

APNS uses ports 2195, 2196 and 5223.
Its IP range is 17.0.0.0/8.

I created a traffic rule to allow it but I am not having any success.

Origin: any.
Destination: any.
Service: TCP and UDP 2195, TCP and UDP 2196, TCP and UDP 5223.
Action: allow.

This is not working.
Do you know what I should be doing?

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ksnyder

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Have you used the "Test Rules" button in the upper-right of the Traffic Rules page to test this and see which rule is being applied?

Also, from Status-->Active_Hosts-->Connections tab, you should be able to select your host and observe which traffic rule, service, source ip, destination ip, source port, and destination port you're attempting to access.

Start with Test Rules & Active Hosts report. If you need additional insight, time to dig into the log files.

Also look into whether you've got routing issues that may require NAT. Once you get it working you may want to button down the Origin & Destination a bit.

[Updated on: Thu, 15 October 2015 18:43]


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Andre

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Thanks ksnyder!

Once I activated NAT and host balancing, it worked like a charm!

Of course, we can restrict now the origin and destination IPs.

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