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Edit, Clone, and Delete Terms

You can edit, clone, and delete firewall filter terms from the Firewall-Filter-Name page.

Edit a Firewall Filter Term

Procedure

Before editing a firewall filter term, check whether the respective firewall filter is associated with a port. If it is associated with a port, you must re-deploy the port profile after editing the firewall term. To deploy the port profile, see Deploy or Redeploy a Port Profile.

To modify the parameters configured for a firewall filter term:

  1. Select Configuration > SD-LAN > Firewall Filter.

    The EX Firewall Filters page appears, displaying the list of firewall filters.

  2. Click the firewall filter for which you want to edit the term.
  3. Hover over the firewall filter term that you want to edit, and then click the ellipsis icon... that appears on the right side of the term.
  4. Click Edit.

    The Firewall-Filter-Term-Name page appears with the values that you provided while creating the firewall filter term.

  5. Modify the parameters by following the guidelines provided in Add Terms to Firewall Filters.

    Note You cannot modify the name of the firewall filter term.

  6. Click Save to save the changes. If you want to discard your changes, click Cancel instead.

    A confirmation message appears, indicating the status of the edit operation.

Clone a Firewall Filter Term

Procedure

Before cloning a firewall filter term, check whether the respective firewall filter is associated with a port. If it is associated with a port, you must re-deploy the port profile after cloning the firewall term. To deploy the port profile, see Deploy or Redeploy a Port Profile.

To clone a firewall filter term:

  1. Select Configuration > SD-LAN > Firewall Filter.

    The EX Firewall Filters page appears, displaying the list of firewall filters.

  2. Click the firewall filter for which you want to clone the term.
  3. Hover over the firewall filter term that you want to clone, and then click the ... icon that appears on the right side of the term.
  4. Click Clone.

    The Firewall-Filter-Term-Name page appears with the values that you provided while creating the firewall filter term.

  5. Enter a new name for the term and modify the parameters following the guidelines provided in Add Terms to Firewall Filters
  6. Click OK to save your changes.

    A confirmation message appears indicating the status of the clone operation. If the operation is successful, the cloned term is listed in the Firewall-Filters-Name page.

Delete a Firewall Filter Term

Procedure

Before deleting a firewall filter term, check whether the respective firewall filter is associated with a port. If it is associated with a port, you must re-deploy the port profile after deleting the firewall term. To deploy the port profile, see Deploy or Redeploy a Port Profile.

To delete a firewall filter term:

  1. Select Configuration > SD-LAN > Firewall Filter.

    The EX Firewall Filters page appears, displaying the list of firewall filters.

  2. Click the firewall filter for which you want to delete the term.
  3. Hover over the firewall filter term that you want to delete and then click the ... icon that appears on the right side of the term.
  4. Select Delete.

    A message requesting confirmation for the deletion appears.

  5. Click Yes to delete the selected firewall filter term. If you want to discard your changes, click Cancel instead.

If you click Yes, the selected firewall filter term is deleted from the Firewall Filter page.

A confirmation message appears, indicating the status of the delete operation.

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