Cisco Bug: CSCvu96927 - Not able to remove FQDN object once it is assigned within a NAT group
Aug 05, 2020
- Sourcefire Defense Center
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It is a wrong behavior because when is trying to remove just the FQDN object they will need to remove the whole NAT statement which is not expected behavior. Symptom: Unable to remove an incorrectly placed FQDN object from a NAT group. Cannot add an FQDN object to a NAT rule, once another object is added to a NAT object group there is the possibility to add FQDN object, but then when is trying to remove FQDN object associated to the NAT group, the group presents an error when trying to remove the FQDN, the same as the one appeared when you try to add itself to the NAT group. Error Message: "NAT doesn't support FQDN Object. Use different object or remove FQDN" Conditions: Trying to remove an FQDN object assigned to a NAT policy.
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