If you simply want to refer to hostnames within your configuration rather than IP addresses, you can use the 'name' command. So, your configuration could look something like this (taken from the ASA command reference):
hostname(config)# name 192.168.42.3 sa_inside
hostname(config)# name 184.108.40.206 sa_outside
hostname(config-if)# ip address inside sa_inside 255.255.255.0
hostname(config-if)# ip address outside sa_outside 255.255.255.224
Unfortunately, this is not possible. You must use either an IP address or a name (configured with the 'name' command mentioned above) in the firewall's configuration. You can also use object-groups to condense ACLs, but again this all must be manually entered at least once into the firewall's configuration.
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