About the Unified Policies Page
To access this page, click Configure>Firewall Policy>Unified Policies.
Unified policies are security policies that enable you to use dynamic applications as match conditions along with the existing 5-tuple or 6-tuple (with user firewall) match conditions to detect application changes over time. If the traffic matches the security policy rule, one or more actions defined in the policy are applied to the traffic.
Tasks You Can Perform
You can perform the following tasks from this page:
Create a unified firewall policy. See Creating Unified Firewall Policies.
Create a unified firewall policy rule. See Creating Unified Firewall Policy Rules.
Manually lock the unified firewall policy. See Firewall Policy Locking Modes.
Configure a default SSL proxy profile. See Configuring a Default SSL Proxy Profile.
Compare policies. See Comparing Policies.
Create and manage policy versions. See Create and Manage Policy Versions.
Export policies. See Export Policies.
Create custom columns. See Creating Custom Columns.
Promote a device policy to group policy. See Promoting to Group Policy.
Create rule name template. See Creating Rule Name Template.
Edit and clone policies and objects. See Edit and Clone Policies and Objects.
Assign policies and profiles to domains. See Assigning Policies and Profiles to Domains.
Publish and update the unified firewall policy. See Publishing Policies and Updating Policies on Devices.
Table 1 provides guidelines on using the fields on the Unified Policies page.
Table 1: Fields on the Unified Policies Page
Order number for the policy.
Name of the firewall policy; maximum length is 63 characters.
Rules associated with the policy.
Devices associated with the policy.
Displays the publish state of the Unified policy configuration.
The date and time when the policy was modified.
The user who created the policy.
The user who modified the policy.
The user domain.