I have upgraded our ASA 5520 from 8.2 > 8.4 > 9.1.3 and I was wondering if I can now create rules where the destination can be a FQDNs rather than an IP? We have some hosted clusters in the 'Cloud' and using a FQND would make life much easier as they keep changing the IP's in the cluster, if so how?
Also I now notice ACLs can have users assigned to them, what is this feature all about?
With regards to your second question I can't really give a good answer. Its related to the concept of Identity Firewall. Essentially you will integrate the ASA with AD through the use of AD agent which enables you to build the ACL rules based on the users identity.
I have not really tested or configured this ever so I can't really comment on it. Probably something I will lab eventually
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