External ipaddress 18.104.22.168 is getting incorrectly mapped to a rule "Permit Intranet Sites".
The rule uses a Urlcategory for Intranet sites and the destination has trust/untrust zones with a negate on one specific destination address.
What might cause the firewall to misapply rules if the dns to ipaddress mappings are effectively static?
I also have noticed on more than a few instances of policies with UrlCategory being applied incorrectly, many of which are external ipaddresses.
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URL filtering != FQDN. URL filtering is looking at what's in the packet headers, FQDN is permitting based on the resolved IP address.
If you make the question more tangible I can try and give a specific answer.
Have a good day,
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