This match type allows you to match based on the hostname, a fully qualified DNS name that resolves to an address record.
A Hostname match is based on the name found in the request’s host header. You can choose one or more of the property hostnames to match, or you can enter a different one.
All Cloudlets support this match type.
For this match type, enter the hostname in the text box provided.
If you have a large number of values, you can paste them in if you separate them with a space, comma, or carriage return.
The hostname match supports these wildcards:
|matches zero or more characters||The rule includes a match where the hostname value is example.*. Some possible valid results for this wildcard are example.com, or example.co.uk.|
|matches a single character||The rule includes a match where the hostname value is example?.com. Some possible invalid results are: examples.com., or example1.com..|
This match type uses these operators:
|Value||The rule is true when||Example|
|the incoming request includes one of the hostnames listed in the rule’s if clause.||The rule includes a match where the hostnames listed are example.com and example.org. In this instance, only requests coming from either example.com and example.org are valid.|
|the incoming request does not include one of the hostnames listed in the rule’s if clause.||The rule includes a match where the hostnames listed are example.com and example.org. In this instance, any request that does not come from either example.com and example.org is true.|
Updated about 2 years ago