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Create and Edit Firepower Service Objects

Create a Firepower Service Object

Firepower Threat Defense (FTD) service objects are reusable components that specify a TCP/IP protocol and a port. The Firepower Defense Manager and Firepower Management Center refer to these objects as "Port Objects."

  1. In the main navigation bar on the left, click Objects.
  2. Click the blue button blue_cross_button.png on the right to create an object, and select FTD > 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. Configure the protocol as follows:
  1. Click Add.
  2. Review and deploy the changes you made now, or wait and deploy multiple changes at once.

Create a Firepower Service Group

A service group can be made up of one or more service objects representing one or more protocols. The service objects need to be created before they can be added to the group. The Firepower Defense Manager and Firepower Management Center refer to these objects as "Port Objects."

  1. In the main navigation bar on the left, click Objects.
  2. Click the blue button blue_cross_button.png on the right to create an object, and select FTD > Service.   
  3. Enter an object name and description.
  4. Select Create a service group.
  5. Add an object to the group by clicking Add Object.
  • Click Create to create a new object as you did above in Create a Firepower Service Object above.
  • Click Choose to add an existing service object to the group. Repeat this step to add more objects.
  1. Click Add when you are done adding service objects to the service group.
  2. Review and deploy the changes you made now, or wait and deploy multiple changes at once.

Edit a Firepower Service Object or Service Group

  1. In the main navigation bar on the left, click Objects.
  2. Filter the objects to find the object you want to edit and then select the object in the object table.
  3. In the Actions 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.
  7. Review and deploy the changes you made now, or wait and deploy multiple changes at once.