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Domain names in Security Policy

Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

Does anyone know if it's possible to use a domain in a security policy? I know that I can use FQDN but what happens if I need to allow a wider range, such as *.zoom.us? Can this be done or am I out of luck?

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It's not the desitnation address it's on the "service" tab I think then on the right you can select the URL category.

 

--edit--  essentially the destination address is "ANY" and you're going to create the security policy based on your custom URL category.

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Why can't you use a custom URL category with the domain you want on the URL tab?  Is that what you're looking for?

I might be doing something wrong but I don't see an option of putting the custom URL category as the destination address. Essentially I just want to use a wildcard in the destination address to include anything.zoom.us as an allowed destination address under security policy. 

It's not the desitnation address it's on the "service" tab I think then on the right you can select the URL category.

 

--edit--  essentially the destination address is "ANY" and you're going to create the security policy based on your custom URL category.

Thanks much! Didn't realize that I could actually use a custom URL Category to this affect. 

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