Response Status Code

Match a set or range of HTTP response codes.

How does it work?

This criterion lets you match based on the HTTP response status code. You can add individual codes or a range of codes that you either want to match or not.

Operators

You can select the following logical conditions:

Value The Rule is True When...
is one ofthe response includes any of the specified status codes.
is not one ofthe response doesn't include any of the specified status codes.
is in rangethe response includes a status code from the indicated range.
is not in rangethe response doesn't include a status code from the indicated range.

Fields

Depending on the operator you select, you can enter individual codes in a text field or provide start and end values to specify a range of codes for the match.

If you add individual status codes, enter a single status code or a list of codes separated by spaces. For example, 400 500.

You can also use the text field to create a mixed condition. For example, by entering 400 500:504, you may set your behavior to serve alternative content in case the origin responds with the status codes of 400 or 500 through 504.


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