Fortinet Document Library

Version:

Version:

Version:


Table of Contents

New Features

Download PDF
Copy Link

Policy ID can be set by users when a new policy is being created in the GUI 7.0.2

In FortiManager 7.0.2, a policy ID can be set when a new policy is being created in the GUI.

To configure the Policy ID:
  1. Go to Policy & Objects and create a new policy.
    On the policy creation screen, the policy ID is set to 0 by default. When the ID is set to 0, FortiManager will automatically assign an ID when the policy is created as it had previously.
  2. To confiure the policy ID, enter number into the ID field, and save the policy.

    Once saved, the chosen Policy ID is displayed on the policy page. In the following example, the chosen policy ID is 333.
  3. (Optional) You can view the policy printout to see the policy ID.

    FMG1000F # exe fmpolicy print-adom-package root 1 3636 181 333

    Dump object [333] of category [firewall policy] in adom [root] package [3636]:

    ---------------

    config firewall policy

    edit "333"

    set uuid b6feeed2-2624-51ec-27f5-edfef6ccd63d

    set srcintf "any"

    set dstintf "any"

    set srcaddr "all"

    set dstaddr "all"

    set schedule "always"

    set service "ALL"

    set logtraffic all

    next

    end

Policy ID can be set by users when a new policy is being created in the GUI 7.0.2

In FortiManager 7.0.2, a policy ID can be set when a new policy is being created in the GUI.

To configure the Policy ID:
  1. Go to Policy & Objects and create a new policy.
    On the policy creation screen, the policy ID is set to 0 by default. When the ID is set to 0, FortiManager will automatically assign an ID when the policy is created as it had previously.
  2. To confiure the policy ID, enter number into the ID field, and save the policy.

    Once saved, the chosen Policy ID is displayed on the policy page. In the following example, the chosen policy ID is 333.
  3. (Optional) You can view the policy printout to see the policy ID.

    FMG1000F # exe fmpolicy print-adom-package root 1 3636 181 333

    Dump object [333] of category [firewall policy] in adom [root] package [3636]:

    ---------------

    config firewall policy

    edit "333"

    set uuid b6feeed2-2624-51ec-27f5-edfef6ccd63d

    set srcintf "any"

    set dstintf "any"

    set srcaddr "all"

    set dstaddr "all"

    set schedule "always"

    set service "ALL"

    set logtraffic all

    next

    end