Monitor Traffic Searching for Dst Subnet

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L3 Networker

Monitor Traffic Searching for Dst Subnet

I frequently use the ( addr.dst in 10.211.2.94 ) query type to search traffic in the Monitor tab of the PAN gui.  

 

What if I was looking for any host in the 10.211.2.0/24 subnet? Is there way to have the equivilent of

( addr.dst in 67.211.2.0/24 ) or ( addr.dst in 67.211.2.* ) or ??  

 

Thank you.


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L7 Applicator

Yes, that's exactly how to do it (with the CIDR notation)

 

( addr.dst in 67.211.2.0/24 

 

Did you try that in your traffic log yet?  Should work just fine.  

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L7 Applicator

Yes, that's exactly how to do it (with the CIDR notation)

 

( addr.dst in 67.211.2.0/24 

 

Did you try that in your traffic log yet?  Should work just fine.  

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L3 Networker

Oh jeeze - you're right I was right. :-)

 

( addr.dst in 67.211.2.0/24 ) did exactly what I was hoping.

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