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Whitelist with wildcard

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Whitelist with wildcard

I need to whitelist the following for all clients on a specific VLAN.  

 

  • Whitelist TCP connections for port 443 to sqs.us-*.amazonaws.com 

 

I get this error message when attempting to use the wildcard for AWS in the destination field.

Brink AWS Wildcard.PNGI can get it to save if I enter specific AWS DNS servers.  Why won't meraki take the * wildcard?

 

Brink AWS Wildcard saved.PNG

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Re: Whitelist with wildcard

In the L3 firewall rules you do not need to have the wild card. By just adding the URL it should pass.

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Re: Whitelist with wildcard

In the L3 firewall rules you do not need to have the wild card. By just adding the URL it should pass.

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