i received from an external provider a .txt list to block in my palo alto.
The list is not exactly a file ,is an absolute domain,i mean is like www.test.com/blacklist/domain.list.txt.
This will be a dynamic list,so is there some way to save this domain as object in palo alto,adding to a policy,and palo alto will update automatically as far as the provider update the .txt list?
I tried to save as FQDN ,but can't resolve it,so can't be added.
I tried as well as Dynamic address group,but as i can't save the domain as normal object i can't use it as "match criteria".
Hope is clear.
Thanks in advance.
@Arnesh is right, External Dynamic Lists work exactly as You need.
Going further, there is even nice tool called MineMeld which can collect feeds and prepare special lists for Your devices.
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