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You can use a regular expression on This is the resolved version of ip.addr and with resolving disabled for the network layer, it becomes the string representation of ip.addr. I did exactly the same thing for anything 10.x.24.x.

In your case you can use matches "^172\\.16\\..*\\.37$" (make sure you turn off network layer name resolving)