Share IP between User Portal and WAF
Many small installation could benefit from ability to publish User Portal using Business Rule instead of enabling it directly in Device Access section. The difference is that a single IP can be used to host both User Portal and custom Web applications such as Web mail, Web storage, Web cameras, etc.
Now, the only solution is to change User Portal listening port to something non-standard but this limits the ability to use it from some network environments where only standard WWW ports (80,443) are allowed.
Yes this would be cool. If the WAF is running on port 443 one could think that the User Portal is using the same port but with the virtual directory /portal (configurable ).
would be the portal and without /portal WAF handles traffic as it would always.
We need to publish the UserPortal and the WAF on the same port (443). Why we can't listen User Portal on one IP address like the SG?
Came across this exact issue today. Would've been very useful if this feature had been implemented.