Addresses "null" instead of "any" in NAT and Security rules?

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Addresses "null" instead of "any" in NAT and Security rules?

L2 Linker

Expedition 1.1.28


Lately I have seen some occasions where Source or Destination fields in NAT or Security rules show up as "null" in the main table. Earlier, when I worked on this project, they showed up as "any". In some rules they still show up as "any", not all are showing "null".

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If I edit these rulles individually, the difference is that the "broken" ones show as "any" (all lower case), the others show "Any" (initial capital).



I can fix the problem (at least momentarily) by selecting the address "any" and deleting it. Then it suddenly turns into the proper "Any", and now it is OK.


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I have a feeling that I fixed this on my rules, but that it reappeared when I returned to the project later, but I cannot definitely prove it (yet).


Anyone else seen this problem?


It is problematic, because I have to fix it by hand (or reimporting form CSV), because I cannot find a way to find and replace these errors using Multi-Edit.




L5 Sessionator

We will take a look at this.


If you can provide more information, it will be helpful to check the case.

I underztand that the issue is that after importing CSV NAT rules, some of the fields are not collected properly.

Is that the origin of the whole process?

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