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Table of Contents

Administration Guide

Support FQDN address objects in firewall policies

FortiManager 6.0 ADOMs contain firewall addresses of type Wildcard FQDN. In FortiManager 6.2 ADOMs, the firewall address type changed from Wildcard FQDN to FQDN. However ADOM upgrade from 6.0 to 6.2 continues to support firewall address objects of type Wildcard FQDN.

After upgrading a 6.0 ADOM to a 6.2 ADOM, firewall addresses with type Wildcard FQDN change to type FQDN, for example:

After upgrading a 6.0 ADOM to a 6.2 ADOM, new _upg_wild_fqdn firewall address are automatically created for any firewall addresses of type FQDN in proxy policies that existed before the upgrade, for example:

When you view the proxy policy in the 6.2 ADOM after the upgrade, the proxy policy references the original firewall address object and the newly created _upg_wild_fqdn firewall address object, for example:

After upgrading to 6.2 ADOMs, you can create new firewall addresses with type FQDN, for example:

You can also select firewall addresses with type FQDN in firewall policies:

Support FQDN address objects in firewall policies

FortiManager 6.0 ADOMs contain firewall addresses of type Wildcard FQDN. In FortiManager 6.2 ADOMs, the firewall address type changed from Wildcard FQDN to FQDN. However ADOM upgrade from 6.0 to 6.2 continues to support firewall address objects of type Wildcard FQDN.

After upgrading a 6.0 ADOM to a 6.2 ADOM, firewall addresses with type Wildcard FQDN change to type FQDN, for example:

After upgrading a 6.0 ADOM to a 6.2 ADOM, new _upg_wild_fqdn firewall address are automatically created for any firewall addresses of type FQDN in proxy policies that existed before the upgrade, for example:

When you view the proxy policy in the 6.2 ADOM after the upgrade, the proxy policy references the original firewall address object and the newly created _upg_wild_fqdn firewall address object, for example:

After upgrading to 6.2 ADOMs, you can create new firewall addresses with type FQDN, for example:

You can also select firewall addresses with type FQDN in firewall policies: