ASE uses default ports as defined in the table below. If any port configured in
ase.conf file is unavailable, ASE will not start.
|80||Data port. HTTP and WebSocket (ws) connections. If you are installing ASE as a non-root user, then use port greater than 1024.|
|443||Data port. HTTPS and Secure WebSocket (wss) connections. If you are installing ASE as a non-root user, then use port greater than 1024.|
|8010||Management port. Used by CLI and REST API for managing ASE.|
|8020||Cluster port. Used by ASE internally to set up the cluster.|
|8080||ABS port. Used by ASE for outbound connections to ABS for sending access logs and receive attack information.|
In an AWS environment, both management ports should be private in the Security Group for ASE.
Security Group “ase”:
port 80: Accessible from any client (note: not secure)
port 443: Accessible from any client
port 8010: Accessible from management systems and administrators
port 8020: Accessible from peer ASE nodes