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iris.localdomain - Firewall: Aliases webConfigurator iris.localdomain System Advanced Cert Manager Firmware General Setup High Avail. Sync Logout Packages Routing Setup Wizard User Manager Interfaces (assign) LAN WAN Firewall Aliases NAT Rules Schedules Traffic Shaper Virtual IPs Services arpwatch BandwidthD Captive Portal DHCP Relay DHCP Server DHCPv6 Relay DHCPv6 Server/RA DNS Forwarder DNS Resolver Dynamic DNS IGMP proxy Load Balancer NTP PPPoE Server SNMP Snort UPnP & NAT-PMP Wake on LAN VPN IPsec L2TP OpenVPN PPTP Status CARP (failover) Dashboard DHCP Leases DHCPv6 Leases Filter Reload Gateways Interfaces IPsec Load Balancer NTP OpenVPN Package Logs Queues RRD Graphs Services System Logs Traffic Graph UPnP & NAT-PMP Diagnostics ARP Table Authentication Backup/Restore Command Prompt DNS Lookup Edit File Factory Defaults Halt System Limiter Info NDP Table NMap Packet Capture pfInfo pfTop Ping Reboot Routes SMART Status Sockets States States Summary System Activity Tables Test Port Traceroute Gold pfSense Gold Help About this Page Bug Database Developers Wiki Documentation FreeBSD Handbook Paid Support pfSense Book Search portal User Forum Firewall: Aliases   IP Ports URLs All Name Values Description     Note: Aliases act as placeholders for real hosts, networks or ports. They can be used to minimize the number of changes that have to be made if a host, network or port changes. You can enter the name of an alias instead of the host, network or port in all fields that have a red background. The alias will be resolved according to the list above. If an alias cannot be resolved (e.g. because you deleted it), the corresponding element (e.g. filter/NAT/shaper rule) will be considered invalid and skipped. pfSense is © 2004 - 2015 by Electric Sheep Fencing LLC . All Rights Reserved. [ view license ]
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