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GDenisiak
Explorer

FQDN object

Hello

I have a issue with FQDN objects and couldn't find any info ho gateway behaves in my case.

I have a rule with FQDN objects as a DST and one of those objects i resolved in DNS into more than one IP address.

Example:

Name: amazon.com
Addresses: 205.251.242.103
176.32.98.166
176.32.103.205

In this case the rule is not catching connection and it is dropped in rule somewhere below.

When pattern is solved into only one address, then the rule catches traffic and all is going as suppose to.

Example:

Name: sky.de
Address: 104.81.219.149

 

Could anyone explain why is it happening and what is the actual mechanism behind that?

 

Br

GDenisiak

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PhoneBoy
Admin
Admin

What precise version/JHF level?
As far as I know it should take all IPs the FQDN resolves to.

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GDenisiak
Explorer

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