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Create or Edit a Meraki Network Object or Network Group

About MX Network Objects

MX devices use the same format as Firepower and ASA network objects and can contain a host name, an IP address or a subnet address expressed in CIDR notation. Network groups are a collection of network objects and other individual addresses or subnets you add to the group. Network objects and network groups are used in access rules. You can create, read, update, and delete network objects and network groups using CDO.

 

IP addresses that can be added to network objects

Device type IPv4 / IPv6 Single Address Range of addresses Fully Qualified Domain Name Subnet using CIDR Notation
MX IPv4 Yes Yes No Yes

Create a Meraki Network Object

  1. Click the Objects tab to open the Objects page.
  2. Click Create Object > FTD > Network or Create Object > ASA > Network.   
  3. Enter an object name.
  4. Select Create a network object.
  5. In the Value section, enter a single IP address or a subnet address expressed in CIDR notation.
  6. Click Add.

Create a Meraki Network Group

A network group is made up of multiple network objects or IP addresses.

If you want your network group to be made up of network objects, use the "Create a Network Object" procedure above to create individual network objects for your IP addresses. 

  1. Click the Objects tab to open the Objects page.
  2. Click Create Object > FTD > Network or Create Object > ASA > Network
  3. Enter an object name.
  4. Select Create a network group.
  5. Click Add Object, select the network object from the list and click Select. Continue to do this until you have added all the network objects you want. 
  6. Click Add

Edit a Firepower Network Object or Network Group

  1. Click the Objects tab to open the Objects page.
  2. Locate the object you want to edit by using object filters and search field.
  3. Select the object you want to edit.
  4. Click the edit button edit.png in the details pane.
  5. Edit the values in the dialog box in the same fashion that you created them in the procedures above. 
  6. Click Save.
  7. CDO displays the policies that will be affected by the change. Click Confirm to finalize the change to the object and any policy affected by it.

 

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