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NSX Learning | Types of Firewall Rules in NSX
By Pranay Jha | Mar 23, 2018 | In Tutorials | Total Views [ 774 ]
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There are different types of rules configured through VMware NSX Manager:-


User-defined: User defined rules are created by administrator.


Internal: Rules automatically created by the system to allow control traffic to flow.


Local: Rules specific to an NSX manager instance (in a cross vCenter NSX deployment)


Universal: Rules that span NSX manager instances (in a cross vCenter NSX deployment)


Service Composer: Rules created through Service Composer as part of a defined security policy


Default: Rules that deal with traffic that does not match any other rule


Prerules: Rules created for the Edge firewall through the centralized Firewall tab. Prerules cannot be modified at the Edge level.


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