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An Interface Management profile protects the firewall from unauthorized access by defining the protocols, services, and IP addresses that a firewall interface permits for management traffic. For example, you might want to prevent users from accessing the firewall web interface over the ethernet1/1 interface but allow that interface to receive SNMP queries from your network monitoring system. In this case, you would enable SNMP and disable HTTP/HTTPS in an Interface Management profile and assign the profile to ethernet1/1.