Watchgaurd XTM Policy Manager - creating groups of IP's

So I am new to Watchguard, been a long time user of Cisco ASAs.  I know with Cisco I could create groups or objects and in these list out a group of IPs.  Then when I create a new rule, instead of listing out 10 or more IPs I could just select the group/objects for the new rule.  Can this be done the same in Watchguard?  I have looked around the XTM console and didn't see anything about creating new groups/objects.

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Jon SnydermanCommented:
Yes, this is done with aliases in Watchguard.   You can add IPs, IP ranges, IP subnets, interfaces, users, groups and other aliases.    Its in the setup menu.


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JDS42Author Commented:
Thank you!  That is what I was looking for.
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