Import FQDN's & CIDR lists from CSV or TXT
Really need the ability to import large FQDN & CIDR lists into XG for use in firewall rules, for example Microsoft give you all the URLs / CIDRs used for Office 365 & Azure and there are lots which is why they have XML files with the lists but you can also generate CSV & TXT files. So could XG have a facility to import these, to enter these manually will take hours.
John Kenny commented
Glad to see this is getting Votes, but 3 years I posted this, and we do have the ability to import lists via import and export so that's great but if would be ideal to be able to run straight from web-based lists like how you can with web content filters. I'm Still having to manually change Web Exclusions but since V18 SSL rules. 365 also has its new web service for their URL's and IP's which presently had to alter the supplied Office 365 tar file that Sophos posted a long time ago which is now outdated, but it gave me something to work with as a template for importing new URL's and IP's as they change. But again, this is very labour intensive so pls could we have the facility to be able to run XGs hosts & services entries or web filters from internet-based XML files or similar formats i.e. CSV, API as I mentioned earlier??
Would also REALLY need this to automate some firewall allow/block tasks!
3 years now - will this ever happen or do i have to buy (*ANY other vendor*)?!
I agree this is needed
absolutely needed to include ip host lists
Johann Goldenstein commented
Yes! And also remove the max 1000 IPs limitation for "IP Host" type "IP List", or provide another way to use *many* (50.000+) IPs in one definition.
yes, its really needed,.
Flávio Silva commented
Excellent, this functionality would help a lot, especially in the deployment
Thiago Guedes Pereira commented
Add the option to Import the Hosts in IP Host section. Also, Users in Clientless Users, while implementing, importing from a Excel sheet woould be a big help.
Shival Agarwal commented
365 and others also publish these lists by RSS. Support for these would reduce workload and improve operations.