04-04-2016 09:20 AM - edited 04-04-2016 10:15 AM
Cisco ASA's refer to it as Service Object Groups. These are named groups which "houses" a collection of preconfigured service objects. "Service objects" are either tcp, udp, or tcp/udp groupings or ports on a 1:1 ratio.
In Aruba's realm, we see service objects as netservice names in which we can apend up to 6 ports.
Does Aruba have something simular to the Service Object Groups where you can create a group name, and then reference multiple "service objects" underneath it?
In the eyes of an ACE-Table, creating a group to call on a bunch of listed services could be beneficial and lower the ACE count cost, couldn't it?
Lastly, is there a possibility to include multiple Port Ranges? meaning,
netservice my_netservice_name tcp 135 139, 15024 15124
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04-04-2016 11:46 AM
There is nothing in Aruba that would allow multiple service objects to be applied as a group at this time. You can however request that functionality on the Ideas Portal here: https://sso.arubanetworks.com/idp/rp6Pf/resumeSAML20/idp/startSSO.ping
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