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    Viewing Predefined Application Objects (NSM Procedure)

    Purpose

    In most cases, the predefined application objects and predefined extended application objects developed by the Juniper Networks Security Center (J-Security Center) are the only ones you need to create APE rules that meet your business objectives. J-Security Center maintains a list of predefined application objects on its website. We recommend that you become familiar with the predefined objects and leverage them in your APE rules as much as possible.

    You can also use the NSM Object Manager to view a sortable table of predefined application objects.

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

    Figure 1: NSM Object Manager: Predefined Application Objects

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    You can double-click the table entry to view additional details, including the signature pattern regular expression to match in client-to-server and server-to-client directions. Figure 2 shows the general properties of the predefined application object for HTTP.

    Figure 2: NSM Object Manager: Predefined Application: General Tab

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    Figure 3 shows the signature properties of the predefined application object for HTTP.

    Figure 3: NSM Object Manager: Predefined Application: Detector Tab

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    Action

    To view the table that lists predefined application objects:

    1. In the Object Manager, select Application Objects.
    2. Click the Predefined Application Objects tab.
    3. Click a column heading to sort the table by the column property. Double-click the table row entry for the application object to display additional details.

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


    Published: 2011-02-08