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Edit rules

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Created by Steven Bansil_ret, last modified by Steven Bansil_ret on Jan 18, 2017

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You can remove endpoints from the white list by editing rules or by disabling rules.

  1. Click Included.
  2. If you need to modify an existing rule, select the rule and click Edit.
  3. Modify the information under Input (which displays one of the following depending on how you initially defined the rules).
    • Device
      • Enter the appropriate string. Click Add More to add another device, as needed.
    • IP Range or MAC Range
      • Enter the Start address and End address. Click Add More to add another range, as needed.
    • Subnet
      • Click the plus icon (+) and, in Add New Subnet, enter strings for the Subnet Address and Subnet Mask. Then click ADD.
    • Custom
      • Select a target and enter appropriate patterns. Enter each one on a separate line.
  4. Click Next.
  5. Optionally, enter a name for and description to help track why you added the device(s) to the white list.
  6. Click finish.
 
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