SecurityProtocols REST Endpoints

SecurityProtocols
A security protocol allows you to specify a transport protocol and the source and destination ports to be used with the specified protocol.

It is used for matching packets in a security rule.

When you create a security rule, the protocols and ports of the specified security protocols are used to determine the type of traffic that is permitted by that security rule. If you don't specify protocols and ports in a security protocol, traffic is permitted over all protocols and ports.

You can specify a security protocol in multiple security rules. So if you have a protocol that you want to use in a number of security rules, you don't have to create the protocol multiple times.

Create a Security Protocol for IP Networks
Method: post
Path: /network/v1/secprotocol/
Delete a Security Protocol Used in IP Networks
Method: delete
Path: /network/v1/secprotocol/{name}
Retrieve Details of a Security Protocol Used in IP Networks
Method: get
Path: /network/v1/secprotocol/{name}
Retrieve Details of all Security Protocols in a Container
Method: get
Path: /network/v1/secprotocol/{container}/
Update a Security Protocol Used in IP Networks
Method: put
Path: /network/v1/secprotocol/{name}