Couple ways you can do it, as @OtakarKlier has already mentioned:
set address "My Server" ip-netmask 192.168.1.1/32
You could set all of your set statements how you want and paste them in, which would work fine.
# FQDN # <entry name="updates.cuasvc.com"> <fqdn>updates.cuasvc.com</fqdn> <tag> <member>Barracuda-Updates</member> </tag> </entry> # Netmask # <entry name="Test-GlobalProtect"> <ip-netmask>172.16.253.128/25</ip-netmask> <tag> <member>GlobalProtect</member> </tag> </entry>
You can locate where these go in your configuration file easier if you search for <address-group> since <address> is referenced a bit in the configuration file.
You can use any of these methods to build out your address object base quickly. Personally; I'm a big fan of modifying the configuration file itself and feeding it back into the firewall, because you can put the configuration file into Git, but I also find XML easy to work with.
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