I'd like to understand if there is any difference between 'all' and 'any' keywords when applied on the source or destination address field of a policy. Could anybody provide the answer ?
We are still in 4.0.4 for now.
I just looked further and had an idea. And if this "all" were an object ? And it was. So the guy who configured this firewall created an object named all and did not use the "any" checkbox everywhere. You will have an example in attached jpg file.
Forget this question, it is our configuration specific.
Sorry for the mistake, and thank you for this answer you helped me to get explanation.
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