Secure Mobile Access 100 10.2 Administration Guide

Editing Network Objects

To edit a network object, complete the following steps

  1. To edit an existing network object, navigate to the Network > Network Objects page and click the Configure icon or click the Incomplete link for the object you wish to edit. The Edit Network Object screen is displayed.

    If you just created a network object, the Edit Network Object screen is displayed as soon as you clicked Accept.

    The Edit Network Object shows the network object name and the service associated with it. It also contains an address list that displays existing addresses mapped to the network object.

  2. To change the service, select the desired service from the Service drop-down menu and then click Update Service. The Service column in the Network Objects table displays the new service, and the Edit Network Object dialog box remains open. You can click Done if finished.
  3. To add or edit Object Type and IP Address values for this Network Object, click Add. The Define Object Address page is displayed.

  4. Select the desired Protocol. The available value options in the Protocol field include TCP, UDP, ICMP, and ALL. You can select multiple items among TCP, UDP and ICMP. However, when ALL is selected, all other options are deselected.
  5. Click Accept to add the Object Address to the Network Objects.
  6. When finished adding addresses, click Done in the Edit Network Object screen.
  7. The Network > Network Objects page is displayed with the new network object in the Network Objects list.
  8. If the object is not fully defined with at least one IP address or network range, the status Incomplete displays. Click the Incomplete link or the Configure icon to edit the network object again, and then click Add to add Type and Address values for this network object. The Define Object Address page is displayed.

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