To configure a data set, you must specify the strings that are to serve as patterns, and assign a type (number, IPv4 address, or IPv6 address) to each pattern. You can manually assign a unique index value to each of these patterns, or you can allow the index values to be assigned automatically. Dataset is not related to HTTP or any 7 layer protocol. It works only on text/string. There are different types of dataset such as num, ulong, ipv4, and ipv6. To use a dataset on IP, we have to convert the input into text/string.
The rules applied for index values of data sets are the same as those applied for pattern sets. For information about index values, see "Configuring a Pattern Set."
At the command prompt, do the following:
add policy dataset <name> <type>Example:
> add policy dataset sampledataset ipv4
bind policy dataset <name> <value> [-index <positive_integer>]Example:
> bind policy dataset sampledataset 10.102.29.1 -index 1
show policy dataset <name>
Navigate to Add and specify the relevant details., click