Stateless Firewall policy?
02-08-2016 10:36 PM
Anyone used stateless firewall policy on AOS 220.127.116.11? I found some documentation for the mobility switches, not the controllers.
I got an issue where I believe I am losing state. Replies are getting dropped by my drop and log rule, normally I would expect the state to be tracked and the return pakcets permitted. I guess I would have like this feature to, at least, eliminate the state loss from the picture.
I appreciate this is unusual - also I am reluctant to change a gobal setting. Anyone got any ideas? I mean does a permit "ip any any" still exibit state tracking? I am building a "test silo" in paralell to my production silo,but not enough hours in the day etc :)
Re: Stateless Firewall policy?
02-09-2016 12:08 AM
So, what is your policy and what are you trying to do? That will determine your course of action.
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