In a Network Firewall rule, you have several options for defining addresses and ports. You can use one or more of these options to configure the ports and addresses to which a firewall rule applies.
An address list is simply a collection of addresses saved on the server, including IP addresses, contiguous IP address ranges, geographic locations, and other (nested) address lists. You can define one or more address lists, and you can select one or more address lists in a firewall rule. Firewall address lists can be used in addition to inline addresses that are specified within a particular rule.
A port list is simply a collection of ports saved on the server. A port list can also contain other port lists. You can define one or more port lists, and you can specify one or more port lists in a firewall rule. Firewall port lists can be used in addition to inline ports, specified within a particular firewall rule or policy.