We have server reachable via Public IP say on port 13001 and 13002
We have Security rule
Destination 173.82.x.x IP of server
Here i have not included the port 13002.
I have correct NAT policy for this.
When i see traffic logs i see
destination server public ip address
source zone is outside
destination zone is outside.
need to know why i do not see deny for traffic on port 13002 from source zone outside to destination zone inside?
Hmmm.... this is a bit confusing...
to answer your question....
because you don't have an explicit "deny" policy for this traffic, so the palo will just drop the packets.
or maybe i have not understood your question.....
You must select logging for your deny rule that this traffic traverses. The interzone-default deny rule (greyed out at the bottom of you list) does not have logging turned on by default. You can override this or create your own deny rule to catch these.
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