Rules let you define both the criteria that need to be met in an incoming request, as well as the resulting actions to take when those conditions are met.
You use matches to specify conditions that need to be met in the incoming request. The types of matches available vary by Cloudlet. Each match rule has either a true or false outcome. For example, does the request contain this header or does it not?
The type of data you can enter depends on the type of match. For example, when using a cookie match, you can enter a cookie name and value, set the cookie value to be case sensitive, and use wildcards. On the other hand, when setting up a protocol match, you simply select either HTTP or HTTPS.
Updated about 2 years ago