i want to place a policy with fqdn entrys completed with wildcards.
Our PCs have names like this:
LABPC01, LABPC02, LABPC03
Now i want to deny the internet traffic for every PC with the name LABPC*
But i also want to allow it to a special list of pcs.
I wanted to use a policy with fqdn entrys - but i'm not allowed.
When i want to do an address object, an error occurs: The value does not fit the validation
Can someone please help me out?
The FQDN in an address object (instead of IP address) will be resolved into an ip address during commit (and then refreshed every 20 minutes or so).
I would recommend you to avoid using FQDN in your address objects and instead redesign your network so your lab-pc's is on the same (or a few) /24 networks (or how large you need) and then set the security policy based on iprange. Perhaps in combination with userid (either through pan-agent or by captive portal).
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