I made a txt file for Threat Feed as below
I wrote '#" for comment
Paloalto can ignore some characters like '#' and recognize comment.
Howerver Fortinet can't ignore "#" and then recognize invalid.
Can you let me know how to use comment?
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If this is a threat feed that you're making you could redesign it a little by placing the comments above the IP address. For example:
#blocked IP 1
#blocked IP 2
The FortiGate will parse the two IP addresses and ignore the lines with #.
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Dear Kiclee.I understand that you are using an external threat feed,So may I know whether "View entries" is not showing the "#" ?
No, "view entires" is showing "#" as below
Please be advised that for IP addresses, only the below formats listed under Example, are considered valid.
The file contains one IP/IP range/subnet per line. It is available as an External IP Block List in DNS Filter profiles, and as a Source/Destination in IPv4, IPv6, and proxy policies.
You may also refer the below document link for more information:https://docs.fortinet.com/document/fortigate/6.2.0/cookbook/9463/threat-feeds
Thank you very much, amouawad :)
It is so useful for me
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