Based off my previous discussions with TAC it sounds as though white listing traffic destined for a specific URL on the ASA is not yet supported? For example if I needed to white list the following two sites: abc.cisco.com & 123.cisco.com - I'd have to first know the correct prefix, then create separate/individual objects for each FQDN and add them to my ASA instead of simply creating a single entry for "*.cisco.com" - correct?
I'm faced with the same issue as Chambeja25 where by I need to allow access to the whole of amazonaws.com domain. I've tried your suggestion of *.amazonaws.com and .amazonaws.com and both entries can't be entered due to an error message. I did try specifying amazonaws.com as a top level root domain entry, but this doesn't work as tested through a packed trace showing the access through a more open rule further down the rule base and not being captured by my specific rule added.
Please can you advise how you managed to enter both the *.domain.com and .domain.com entries.
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We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
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