Network > Network Objects Overview
The Network > Network Objects page allows the administrator to add and configure network resources, called objects. For convenience, you can create an entity that contains both a service and an IP address mapped to it. This entity is called a network object. This creates an easy way to specify a service to an explicit destination (the network object) when you are applying a policy, instead of having to specify both the service and the IP address.
You can create IPv6 network objects using IPv6 object types and addresses.
Network > Network Objects Page
Network objects are set up by specifying a name and selecting one of the following services:
- Web (HTTP)
- Secure Web (HTTPS)
- NetExtender & Mobile Connect
- Terminal Services (RDP)
- Virtual Network Computing (VNC)
- File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
- Telnet, Secure Shell Version 2 (SSHv2)
- File Shares (CIFS)
- Citrix Portal (Web Access)
Port or port range settings are available for all services, allowing the administrator to configure a port range (such as 80-443) or a port number (80) for a Network Object. You can use this feature to create port-based policies. For example, you can create a Deny All policy and allow only HTTP traffic to reach port 80 of a Web server.
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