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I think the first character is not being liked for some reason. I think the first character can either be space, comment or an address.
Can you share the list for both cases?
You may want to double-check the formatting of the list file. Ensure that the same carriage return/line feed character is being used for both addresses.
Try a couple troubleshooting steps:
Looks like Windows create a strange char in the beginning of the file. (<U+FEFF>) The order does not matter or how many entries I put in the list. As long as the IP-numbers begins at line 2 all works perfect.
Next update at : Wed Apr 5 11:33:57 2017
Referenced : Yes
Valid : Yes
Auth-Valid : Yes
Total valid entries : 1
Total invalid entries : 1
Palo seems fussy about non-displayed characters in the text file. Even the use of carriage return and line feed, as it differs between Windows and Unix text file variants, can mess it up.
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