Palo Alto Negate Object Meaning

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Palo Alto Negate Object Meaning

Hi,

 

I have a question on Palo Alto negate object. If I have a allow rule that allow src zone A, src IP of 10.10.10.0/24 (Negate) to dst zone B, dest IP of ANY.

 

Does it mean that the rule is allowing other src IP (not including 10.10.10.0/24) from src zone A to dst zone B, dest IP of ANY?

 

Please advice.

 

Thks and Rgds


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Re: Palo Alto Negate Object Meaning

That is correct.

 

'Negate' converts the selection scope from:

" include the listed subnets or addresses from 'any' " 

 

to:

" exclude the listed subnets or addresses from 'any' " 

 

(Negate is "Complement").

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Re: Palo Alto Negate Object Meaning

That is correct.

 

'Negate' converts the selection scope from:

" include the listed subnets or addresses from 'any' " 

 

to:

" exclude the listed subnets or addresses from 'any' " 

 

(Negate is "Complement").

View solution in original post

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Re: Palo Alto Negate Object Meaning

Hi Mivaldi,

 

Many thanks for the reply.

 

Thks and Rgds

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