I have 2 days trying to construct a compliance policy where I'm able to obtain all the Firewall Mac addresses in our huge network. I have 64 different Firewall macs allocated in the network but it is painful create a rule for each mac using the 'device command outputs' as the condition scope option.
I'm putting the first 6 hex digits of all the macs (64) that I need to find in the 'Value' checkbox (Condition match criteria area) but I'm seeing that this is not working, Prime does not show me errors but simply does not get nothing. Maybe putting special characters can work but I couldn't find any Cisco literature talking about it. any idea suggestion and/or recommendation about this? I will appreciate so much!
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