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Allow 443 for VIA client

When configuring VIA on the controller; the ArubaOS 5.0 UG states:

Enable port 443—During the initializing phase, VIA uses HTTPS connections to perform trusted network and captive portal checks against the controller. It is mandatory that you enable port 443 on your network to allow VIA to perform these checks.

This is for the Internet facing interface? Will GUI admin access be possible? is there anything that should be known before enabling this?

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Re: Allow 443 for VIA client

443 is mandatory.

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Re: Allow 443 for VIA client

Isn't the default GUI access to controller done over TCP/4343 port and TCP/443 is used just for redirection. Right?


Re: Allow 443 for VIA client

WEBUI access is indeed on 4343. The VIA client wants to use 443 for SSL connectivity...
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