Device Configuration : System : Hosts and Services
Hosts and Services
Device Configuration > System > Hosts and Services
Hosts and Services allows defining and managing system hosts and services.
This section covers the following topics:
IP Host - The page displays the list of all dynamic and default hosts. The page also provides options to add a new host, update the existing host, or delete a host.
IP Host Group - Host Group is a grouping of hosts. Security Policies can be created for the individual host or host groups. This page displays the list of all the host groups. It also provides options to manage these host groups.
MAC Host - Device allows creating a host based on MAC Address. One can create a MAC Host of either a single MAC Address or multiple MAC Addresses. This page displays the list of all the available MAC host. The page also provides option to add a new MAC host, update the existing host, or delete a host.
FQDN Host - This page displays the list of all the available FQDN host.
FQDN Host Group - FQDN Host Group is a grouping of FQDN hosts. This page displays the list of all the available FQDN host groups.
Country Host - The device allows to create Country based Host. With Country based Host one can apply all Security and UTM Policies based on the traffic coming from the country and/or going out of the country. This page displays the list of all the available Country hosts.
Country Host Group - Country Host Group is a grouping of Country Hosts. Multiple countries can be selected to block or allow incoming traffic by using Country Host Group. This page displays the list of all the available Country host groups.
Services - You can use services to determine the types of traffic allowed or denied by the firewall. This page displays the list of all the default and custom services. It also provides options to manage services.
Service Group - Service Group is a grouping of services. Custom and default services can be grouped in a single group. The page displays the list of all the default and custom groups.