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Create or Edit a Meraki Service Object

About Service Objects

Service objects are reusable components that specify a TCP/IP protocol and a port. CDO categorizes these objects as service objects. When you deploy to the MX device, CDO translates the objects into protocols or port ranges. See Objects Associated with Meraki Devices for more information about how CDO handles Meraki protocols as objects. 

Create a Service Object

  1. Click the Objects tab to open the Objects page.
  2. Click Create Object > FTD > Service or Create Object > ASA > Service.   
  3. Enter an object name and description.
  4. Select Create a service object.
  5. Click the Service Type button and select the protocol for which you want to create an object.
  6. Enter the information to identify the protocol by taking one of these actions:
  • Enter the specific port number for the TCP or UDP port.
  • Select the ICMP or ICMPv6 message type.
  • If you selected the "other" service type, select one of the TCP/IP protocols from the list.
  1. Click Add.
  2. Review and deploy now the changes you made, or wait and deploy multiple changes at once.

Create a Service Group

  1. Click the Objects tab to open the Objects page.
  2. Click Create Object > FTD > Service.   

Note: Meraki does not support ASA service groups. 

  1. Enter an object name and description.
  2. Select Create a service group.
  3. Add an existing object by clicking Add Object, selecting an object, and clicking Select. Repeat this step to add more objects.
  4. Click Add when you are done adding service objects and service values to the service group.
  5. Review and deploy now the changes you made, or wait and deploy multiple changes at once.

Edit a Service Object or a Service Group

  1. Click the Objects tab to open the Objects page.
  2. Filter the objects to find the object you want to edit and then select the object in the object table.
  3. In the details pane, click edit edit.png.
  4. Edit the values in the dialog box in the same fashion that you created them in the procedures above. 
  5. Click Save.
  6. 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. The object is now ready to be used in the Meraki policy.
  7. Review and deploy now the changes you made, or wait and deploy multiple changes at once.

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