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    Viewing Predefined Extended Application Objects (NSM Procedure)


    Extended application objects, also called nested applications, identify Web 2.0 applications running over HTTP. Extended application objects are predefined objects developed by the Juniper Networks Security Center (J-Security Center) and distributed during NSM signature database updates. You can use extended application objects in APE rules to treat various Web 2.0 applications running over HTTP differently.

    Figure 1 shows the NSM Object Manager Predefined Extended Application Objects tab.

    Figure 1: NSM Object Manager: Predefined Extended Application Objects

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    You can double-click the table entry to view additional details, including the matching HTTP context, signature pattern, and client-to-server or server-to-client direction. Figure 2 shows the properties of the HTTP:Facebook-Access application object.

    Figure 2: NSM Object Manager: Extended Application Details

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    To view table listings of predefined extended application objects:

    1. In the Object Manager, select Application Objects.
    2. Click Predefined Extended Application Objects tab.
    3. Double-click the table row entry to display additional details.

    Note: You cannot edit or delete predefined extended application objects. You cannot create custom extended application objects.

    Published: 2011-02-08