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  • IOS ZBPFW

    Hi All, When configuring an ASR1001 with ZBPFW, and when using a class class-default / drop log, for an OUTSIDE_TO_SELF zone (basically the outside interface ip address), I do not see the drop action log for any dropped packets, but the drop counter is actualy incrementing. I know the counter is incrementing...
    Posted to CCIE Security Technical (Forum) by clester on 08-29-2015
  • IOS ZBPFW Parameter-maps

    Hi All. I have an ASR1001 where each interface in part of a VRF for services segregation. When implementing a ZBPF policy, specifically a Parameter-map type, i noticed there can be a number of inspect flavours. type inspect / inspect-global / inspect-vrf / inspect-zone.. Is there any reason/benefit to...
    Posted to CCIE Security Technical (Forum) by clester on 08-29-2015
  • Zone Based Firewall

    Hi all, Was wondering what's the difference between "drop log" in class class-default and "log dropped-packets" in parameter type inspect global under ZBFW ?? Its kinda getting me confused..
    Posted to CCIE Security Technical (Forum) by ayillad on 05-25-2015
  • Re: zone base firewall

    Thank you very much sir for solve my query related to ZBF.
    Posted to CCIE Security Technical (Forum) by niravtank on 03-19-2014
  • Re: zone base firewall

    Thank you very much sir for helping in ZBF. I create an acl and match esp traffic and action to be pass then my topology work successfully. but i have one query releated to ZBF. in s2s both phase 1 and phase 2 are completed. then why ZBF is not inspect ESP packet. once again thank you. Regards, Nirav...
    Posted to CCIE Security Technical (Forum) by niravtank on 03-19-2014
  • Re: zone base firewall

    Router R3 is middle and its ZBF. when i run debug command on R1 and R2 it indicate both phase 1 and phase 2 are completed. Also on zbf router when i run sh policy-map type inspect zone-pair session command, it see session is establish between R1 and R2. but when i ping from R1 inside lan to R2 inside...
    Posted to CCIE Security Technical (Forum) by niravtank on 03-17-2014
  • zone base firewall

    I have three router R1,R2,R3. Router R1 and R2 is running as site to site vpn and R3 running as ZBF. Before ZBF site to site is working. when ZBF is configure site to site vpn is not working. i inspect udp traffic in ZBF but not working properly. my zbf configuration is below 1. ip access-list ex esp...
    Posted to CCIE Security Technical (Forum) by niravtank on 03-15-2014
  • zone base firewall

    i have three router like R1,R2,R3. R1 and R2 are running site to site vpn and router R3 running as ZBF. before configure ZBF site to site is working. when ZBF is configure the site to site vpn is not working. i inspect the udp traffic on zbf but not still working. please help me to solve this problem...
    Posted to CCIE Security Technical (Forum) by niravtank on 03-15-2014
  • Re: ZBF not behaving as expected with self zone and routing protocols

    Again, thanks for taking the time. I've logged my router console session and uploaded the log files here: http://ieoc.com/members/Vladimir-Marcu/files/R3.txt.aspx http://ieoc.com/members/Vladimir-Marcu/files/SW1.txt.aspx http://ieoc.com/members/Vladimir-Marcu/files/R2.txt.aspx I start with the initial...
    Posted to CCIE Security Technical (Forum) by Vladimir Marcu on 07-04-2010
  • Re: ZBF not behaving as expected with self zone and routing protocols

    Hi, Thanks for reading my post. What I was saying though was that for RIPv2 at least, it appears that you don't need any type of pass action to let the updates through. It works just fine without it, because the firewall doesn't even see at all the packets with the destination of 224.0.0.9. The...
    Posted to CCIE Security Technical (Forum) by Vladimir Marcu on 07-04-2010
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