Wildcard port for virtual services
How to set a wildcard port on a Virtual Service.
There is not an option to set an asterisk in the port field, nor specifying a range on the virtual load balancers. To get the service working the wildcard option is needed as there are still legacy clients require more ports than just 443.
|Steps to Reproduce:
|The wildcard port was being set at the Real Server level, instead of the Virtual Service level.
|Within a Virtual Service select "Change Address" and set the virtual service port to *. This will allow the virtual service to accept traffic over all ports. After doing so, the real servers will show * as their port as well.