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Specific addresses in TCP/UDP/SCTP

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In the TCP/UDP/SCTP services it is also possible to set the parameter for a specific IP or Fully Qualified Domain Name address. The IP/FQDN field refers to the destination address of the traffic, not the source. This means for example, that you can set up a custom service that will describe in a policy the TCP traffic over port 80 going to the web site example.com, but you cannot set up a service that describes the TCP traffic over port 80 that is coming from the computer with the address 192.168.29.59.

In the TCP/UDP/SCTP services it is also possible to set the parameter for a specific IP or Fully Qualified Domain Name address. The IP/FQDN field refers to the destination address of the traffic, not the source. This means for example, that you can set up a custom service that will describe in a policy the TCP traffic over port 80 going to the web site example.com, but you cannot set up a service that describes the TCP traffic over port 80 that is coming from the computer with the address 192.168.29.59.