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Allow specific inbound traffic with rules

Allow specific inbound traffic with rules: Firewall Administration Essential Training
Allow specific inbound traffic with rules: Firewall Administration Essential Training

Follow along with an example of a typical firewall configuration to facilitate secure connections into your network and learn how to configure APNS Ports. If you use Wi-Fi behind a firewall or private Access Point Name for cellular data, connect to specific ports. You need a direct, unproxied connection to the APNs servers on these ports: TCP port 5223 to communicate with APNs; TCP port 2195 to send notifications to APNs; TCP port 2196 for the APNs feedback service; TCP port 443 is required during device activation, and afterward for fallback—on Wi-Fi only—if devices can't reach APNs on port 5223.

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