In Objects > External Dynamic Lists you defined an EDL (e.g. you read a list of malicious addresses from some feed), but none of your policies is referencing it. An EDL would probably end up in the Destination Address part of some policy.
Nothing bad, anyway, your firewall is basically just reading an external list of addresses but it's not using that information anywhere.
No. A rule with a statically defined list of IPs is not an "external dynamic list". Your configuration is pointing to an external source of addresses, it is reading it, but it's not using it. You can either remove the list from Objects > External Dynamic lists or use it in a policy (if appropriate, of course).
I thought it was enough to insert the EDL instead we also need the security rule. Thaks a lot! Only one last question. Why in the standard Paloalto EDL do you see all the IPs in detail, while in my personalized rules I don't see IPs? In this manner I can't insert any exceptions.
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