The range of IP addresses for a Public Network includes all IP addresses without the IP addresses of Private Networks defined in the system.
Public Networks cannot act as a source for Network Rules (rules defining interaction between networks). Public Networks can be used in any other rules. You should use Public Networks to specify general untrusted networks, such as the Internet.
It is possible to specify several Public Networks in the system. For example, if you connect to several different ISPs.
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