Wildcard in a match_phrase query


I am trying to do a wildcard query on a field as below,
{"clientPort":{"query":"*"}}, my intention is for the query to bring any/all values associated with clientPort, is this possible ? currently i dont get anything with *

Full query below

"{"search_type":"query_then_fetch","ignore_unavailable":true,"index":"granular_smtp"} {"size":0,"query":{"bool":{"filter":[{"range":{"ts":{"gte":"1593138953932","lte":"1593142553932","format":"epoch_millis"}}},{"query_string":{"analyze_wildcard":true,"query":""}}],"must":[{"match_phrase":{"clientIp":{"query":""}}},{"match_phrase":{"serverPort":{"query":"25"}}},{"match_phrase":{"clientPort":{"query":""}}}]}},"aggs":{"2":{"date_histogram":{"interval":"1d","field":"ts","min_doc_count":0,"extended_bounds":{"min":"1593138953932","max":"1593142553932"},"format":"epoch_millis"},"aggs":{"1":{"avg":{"field":"responseTime"}}}}}} "


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Please update your post.

sorry i am new here, i dont seem to find a way to edit the original post to make changes, Could you please suggest how to edit the post

I think you should see this button at the bottom.

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