Security policy using group in negate form

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Security policy using group in negate form

Hi,

is it possible to create a security policy with user/group with NOT form?

for example :  LAN => WAN   !domain-group   any   all-app   deny

My task is to create a rule in order to block all known users except those belongs to a specific domain group indentified correctly in the PAN GUI via LDAP handshake.

I've tried introducing a simple "!" simbol before the group name. Commit is OK but in practice nothing happened.

If somebody has tried succesfully a smarter solutions please inform me.

Regards

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Re: Security policy using group in negate form

There are certain fields that can be negated (e.g. source and destination address) but I don't believe you can negate by source user group.  The way to accomplish this is to use two rules in this order:

  1. LAN -> WAN  domain-group  any  all-app  Allow
  2. LAN -> WAN  any-user  any  all-app  Deny

Cheers,

Kelly

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Re: Security policy using group in negate form

Sometimes is quite useful deny a specific source in the beginning rather than apply the classic "deny any any" at the end.

But if is not possible using the negate form of a source group/user then the solution you proposed it's the only that works.

Thanks for support

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