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have a sinking feeling that wildcard fqdn's are not supported...?

Question asked by 7d00e9ed-fd15-4c85-8811-ca5feab8063a on Sep 26, 2018
Latest reply on Sep 27, 2018 by Dameon Welch-Abernathy

looking to add the fqdn's for Office 365 but I have this sinking feeling this checkpoint firewall does not support wildcard fqdn's. It seems to do a reverse lookup on the IP that has no hope of working most of the time.


Also even for normal FQDN's it doesn't always work unless I have the firewall pointing to the same DNS server as the clients. I would of thought the firewall sees all dns requests as they pass through the firewall and the corresponding IP's returned to add to the rule set.


Then even when I use the same DNS servers sometimes on a basic FQDN, there are issues for those FQDN's with low TTLs. Does it not cache older DNS results to ensure the dns ttl window is not an issue?