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Thread: What is purpose of "edges" in "Objects" on a network object?

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    Default What is purpose of "edges" in "Objects" on a network object?

    I have a network object of 10.52.10.0/24

    I also have several nodes in the 10.52.10.0 network.

    When I look at "Where used" for the network object, it lists all of the nodes on that network on the Objects tab.

    If I delete and re-create the network object (It's not used anywhere any more), the new network object does NOT show any of the nodes on its Objects tab.

    What is the purpose of listing the nodes in the network object and how do I get them back when I create a new network object?

    If I now need to use the new network object in a rule, will it break anything if the Objects tab does not list all of the nodes? The policy does verify as OK.

    Thanks,

    Ray

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    Default Re: What is purpose of "edges" in "Objects" on a network object?

    It's used in SmartMap.

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    Default Re: What is purpose of "edges" in "Objects" on a network object?

    Thanks. That makes sense. I did start SmartMap to see if it would repopulate the Objects tab, but it didn't do anything so I thought I'd ask here.

    Ray

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