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Query the comment Column in Firewall Policy

Hello

This is regarding how to filter the firewall rules based on text string updated in Comment filed, firewall version is R77.30

thanks in advance

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Re: Query the comment Column in Firewall Policy

The Firewall Policy Query using the "Query Column..." command can not use all columns for filtering: see the following table. So, sorry - this is not possible using the simple R77.30 dashboard standard method Smiley Sad. In R77.30 you can use:

Keyword

Keyword Aliases

Valid Values

source

src

IP address, or network object name, used in the Source field.

destination

dst, dest

IP address, or network object name, used in the Destination field.

anynet

 

Same as source and destination.

Checked for match in one of these fields: Source,
Destination, Install On

service

svc

Service object name, used in the Service field.

vpn

 

VPN community object name, used in the VPN field of the rule.

includeany

 

Used to show rules that contain Any in the Source column or
the Destination column.

action

act

Action taken by a security rule: accept, drop, reject,
User Auth, Client Auth, Session Auth.

hit_count_level

hits, hitcount

Hit count level name: Zero, Low, Medium, High, Very High.

install

 

The object name in the Install On column.

expired

exp

Used to show only expired rules.

disabled

dis

Used to show only disabled rules.

temp

 

Used to show only temporary rules (those with an expiration date).

exact

 

Used to filter only rules explicitly containing the objects specified
in other query fields. No value required.

In R80.10 you can use more columns:

Button Name

Text name

Refers to an object in the:

Source

src:

Source column

Destination

dst:

Destination column

VPN

vpn:

VPN column

Services

svc:

Services and Applications column

Applications

app:

Services and Applications column

Install On

installOn:

Install On column

Action

action:

Action column

Track

track:

Track column

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