Firewalla Feature: Target List

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    John Varughese

    Will it work only on ip address or will work with site names also?

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    Firewalla

    @John, it works with domains as well. (see the example, facebook[.com is on there)

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    Shawn H

    Target lists do not seem to work if you apply it to "All Devices".

    If Applied to a network then it works... 

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    Firewalla

    @Shawn, target list should work on all devices, just created a ticket, so our developers can follow up with you. 

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    Matt Niswonger

    Will it be possible in future releases to be able to use wildcards in such a way that we can more specifically target subdomains?  For example, instead of a target list entry "*.domain.com", which would match all subdomains, I'd like to use SQM with a target list entry that can match target1.domain.com and target2.domain.com.  Having the ability to create a list entry of "target?.domain.com", where ? matches a single character, or even "target*.domain.com" would be great.  Or, what would be even more powerful would be a way to match REGEX expressions to get even more precise, but I know that is a bigger ask and probably won't be as widely used.

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    John Varughese

    I think I put the same request months ago and still waiting to see in action.
    1. Ability to use  wild characters in target list
    2. Ability to assign single rule to multiple devices (grouping doesn't solve the requirement).

    Looks like hard to code.....

     

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    Robert

    If I want to block a domain and all subdomains, do I need to add two entires?
    Eg:
    google.com
    *.google.com

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    Robert

    So for target lists, I just need to enter the base domain, and all sub-domains will be automatically included. Is this also the case with domain-specific rules or do I still need to use wildcards there? Ideally, the syntax and scope should be consistent between features.

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    mozarella

    Target lists are not available with firewalla red?

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    Firewalla

    @mozarella target list is supported on the blue/blue+/gold/purple 

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    Leonid Makarov

    @Robert apparently, matching rules for single domains vs domains in target lists work differently.

    To match a domain + any-level-subdomain you would use:

    • bare domain (example.com) for single domain rules
    • wildcard (*.example.com) in target lists

    Bare domain in a target list will only match the bare domain.

    Updated my original comment.

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    Robert

    @Leonid Thanks for checking. This inconsistency may be why my allow lists didn't seem to be working.

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