Command for configuring a security policy on the USG6000

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The procedure for configuring a security policy on the USG6000 is as follows:
1. Run the security-policy command to access the security policy view from the system view.
2. Run the rule name rule-name command to create a security policy rule in the security policy view and access the security policy rule view.
3. Define the match conditions of the security policy. (Run different commands based on various functions. For details, see "Configuring a Security Policy Using the CLI" in the product documentation.)
4. Run the action { permit | deny } command to configure the action for the security policy rule.
For configuration details, see "Configuring a Security Policy Using the CLI" in the product documentation.

Other related questions:
Modifying security policies through the CLI of the USG6000
On the CLI of the USG6000 series, access the view of a specific policy and run the undo command to remove conditions in the security policy. Then you can add desired conditions or modify the action.

Security policy matching order on the USG6000 series
When multiple security policies are to be matched, they are matched in a specific order. Therefore, you are advised to configure more fine-grained security policies first.

Enabling security policies on the USG6000
The operation for enabling the security policy on the USG6000 is as follows: Search for the following content in USG6000 Product Documentation:-For security policy configuration through the web UI, see Security Policy and Content Security > Configuring a Security Policy Using the Web UI. -For security policy configuration through the CLI, see Security Policy and Content Security > Configuring a Security Policy Using the.

Security policy matching order on the USG6000
On the USG6000, the device preferentially executes security policies configured earlier. Therefore, you are advised to first configure security policies with smaller matching scopes and accurate matching conditions and then configure security policies with larger matching scopes and wider matching conditions.

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