Search for string also in the middle of the name of a definition
When I search for a definition in XG only appears if the string I write is in the beggining of the name. SG shows the names with the string in any part of the name.
Could you change that? It's very useful.
Chris Gundry commented
Why has this not got more votes? We are struggling with this massively having come from a UTM where this just works as standard. For example 'VMware Heartbeat' is the name of the service object, but searching 'heartbeat' doesn't find it. Not good!
Chris Gundry commented
Agreed, need to be able to search the names and ports of the services and hosts. Without this it is very hard to use the firewall and requires putting port numbers in the names of objects etc.
Marcus Soares commented
I fully agree as an improvement suggestion to deploy this functionality in XG.
This functionality will be of great help in managing the equipment.
Oh man, this TOTALLY needs to be in place. How frustrating to be searching for say, part of a URL (i.e. lastpass.com) and not being able to because I don't know if there's a prefix, suffix, etc. that is actually in the log.
Or even better, search within the port definition so I don't have to include the port number in the port definition's name.
Please make this a possibility soon. I have to rename every firewall rule so I can search by its port number. Previous naming schema was Port Name, Protocol, then Port Number. Ex. "HTTPS TCP 443" Have to rename everything to "443 TCP HTTPS" Thanks
Tim Wade commented
When searching for host, services in Firewall Rule Edit, the search filtering is "Begins With", the search filter should be "Contains"
Christian Wurm commented
When creating a Firewall rule you have the Dropdown menus to choose existing address or service objects. However the search does not do a full search in the whole object name...
For example if you have an object called "host_10.10.10.10_exchange" you cannot search for "exchange" or the IP address - the search always starts from the beginning of the object name, i.e. you will only see search results if you enter "host_" which sucks very much.
The SG software allowed a full text search for any address or service object.