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Table of Contents

Administration Guide

Creating an IPv6 Address Template

Create an IPv6 address template with predefined parameters. The template can then be applied when creating a new IPv6 address.

To create an IPv6 address template:
  1. Ensure you are in the correct ADOM.
  2. Go to Policy & Objects > Object Configurations .
  3. Go to Firewall Objects> Addresses.

    The address list is displayed in the content pane. The available interfaces are selectable on the content pane toolbar.

  4. From the Create New menu, select IPv6 Address Template. The IPv6 Address Template pane opens.
  5. Select or specify the values for the following and click OK:

Name

Specify the name for the IPv6 address template.

IPv6 Address Prefix

Specify a prefix for the IPv6 address.

Subnet Segments

There can only be six subnet segments. These can either be predefined or user created subnet segments.

Select one of the following predefined subnet segments:

  • country
  • state
  • city
  • site
  • lan
  • vlan

Create New

To create a new segment, you must delete one of the existing predefined segments if you already have six subnet segments. Click Create New. Specify the Segment Name, Bits, and toggle Exclusive to Enable or Disable. Click OK.

Edit Segment

Click Edit Segment. Edit the Segment Name, Bits, and toggle Exclusive to Enable or Disable. Click OK.

Edit Values for Segment

Click Edit values for Segment. Click + to add a row. Specify the Name, select the Format, and specify the Value. Click OK.

Delete

Select one or more subnet segments and click Delete.

 

The administrator can only define 6 segments and each segment can have a maximum of 16 bits. The administrator can toggle Exclusive to Enable to only choose from the predefined segments.

The length of the IPv6 address prefix must be greater than 1 bit.

 

Creating an IPv6 Address Template

Create an IPv6 address template with predefined parameters. The template can then be applied when creating a new IPv6 address.

To create an IPv6 address template:
  1. Ensure you are in the correct ADOM.
  2. Go to Policy & Objects > Object Configurations .
  3. Go to Firewall Objects> Addresses.

    The address list is displayed in the content pane. The available interfaces are selectable on the content pane toolbar.

  4. From the Create New menu, select IPv6 Address Template. The IPv6 Address Template pane opens.
  5. Select or specify the values for the following and click OK:

Name

Specify the name for the IPv6 address template.

IPv6 Address Prefix

Specify a prefix for the IPv6 address.

Subnet Segments

There can only be six subnet segments. These can either be predefined or user created subnet segments.

Select one of the following predefined subnet segments:

  • country
  • state
  • city
  • site
  • lan
  • vlan

Create New

To create a new segment, you must delete one of the existing predefined segments if you already have six subnet segments. Click Create New. Specify the Segment Name, Bits, and toggle Exclusive to Enable or Disable. Click OK.

Edit Segment

Click Edit Segment. Edit the Segment Name, Bits, and toggle Exclusive to Enable or Disable. Click OK.

Edit Values for Segment

Click Edit values for Segment. Click + to add a row. Specify the Name, select the Format, and specify the Value. Click OK.

Delete

Select one or more subnet segments and click Delete.

 

The administrator can only define 6 segments and each segment can have a maximum of 16 bits. The administrator can toggle Exclusive to Enable to only choose from the predefined segments.

The length of the IPv6 address prefix must be greater than 1 bit.