Match a set or range of HTTP response codes.
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.
You can select the following logical conditions:
|Value||The Rule is True When...|
|is one of||the response includes any of the specified status codes.|
|is not one of||the response doesn't include any of the specified status codes.|
|is in range||the response includes a status code from the indicated range.|
|is not in range||the response doesn't include a status code from the indicated range.|
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,
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.
Updated about 2 years ago