Use an Address Object to Represent IP Addresses

An address object can group one or more IP addresses in one or more policy rules, filters, or other firewall functions.
Create an address object on the firewall to group IP addresses or to specify an FQDN, and then reference the address object in a firewall policy rule, filter, or other function to avoid having to individually specify multiple IP addresses in the rule, filter, or other function.
Furthermore, you can reference the same address object in multiple policy rules, filters, or other functions without needing to specify the same individual addresses in each use. For example, you can create an address object that specifies an IPv4 address range and then reference the address object in a Security policy rule, a NAT policy rule, and a custom report log filter.

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