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Regular expression in Data Pattern

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Hi all,

my Palo don't accept this regex when i try to creta a data pattern: [^d][^2][^t]\.xxxxxx\.fr

can anyone correct me if there is any mistake in this regexp

Thanks


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I know this can be a last solution :smileyhappy: and it works of course in the URL block list and this is what i had configuredon my PAN.

it not me who has configured the ironport.

but for me, i'am working on Palo Alto, and when trynig to configure excatly what is configured in the Ironport i have the error on the regex and i am asking why Palo Alto don't support this regex which is already working in the IronPort independtly on what the regex looking for.

i think that Palo Alto don't support all types of regex.

Here's what they say they support from the admin guide:

based on your link Palo Alto support [] and ^ but based on the example that i've shared it can't support a mixture of them like this: [^][^]

correct, two DFAs [^][^] is currently not supported.

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