How to show blocked IPs and how to remove a blocked IP

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How to show blocked IPs and how to remove a blocked IP

Hello,

is it possible to show a list of automatically blocked IP addresses (example: Threat prevention for Brute-Force Attacks).
And is it possible to remove an IP from that list?

Thanks
Jörg

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Re: How to show blocked IPs and how to remove a blocked IP

Hi Jorg,

As far as I can recall, there is a work around to get the list of ip-addresses that the firewall block by threat.

You can create a custom  report for the threat log to query action==deny. Or you can filter the threat logs with action eq deny as follows and export to csv.

deny.PNG

In order to allow that threat or in case of False positive you can add an exception to threat in the security profile that is configured under Objects > Security Profiles >Antivirus > select the profile > Virus Exception

You cannot create an exception to an ip-address in the security profiles.

Let me know if that helps.

Regards,

Parth

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Re: How to show blocked IPs and how to remove a blocked IP

OK, thanks!
Actually I don't want an exception. I just want to remove an IP, if it is blocked after testing.
It's OK for me. The time I set for blocking is expired :smileyhappy:
In future I'll test with a short time and if it works, I'll increase the time :smileywink:

Regards

Jörg

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Re: How to show blocked IPs and how to remove a blocked IP

Hello,

Currently there is no way to view/add/remove from the list of IPs that are blocked via vulnerability profile 'block-ip' option. There is a feature request open and I would recommend reaching out to your sales team so we can work to add this feature in a future release.

*EDIT* -- there is option to show/reset the block-table

> debug dataplane show dos block-table

> debug dataplane reset dos block-table

Cheers,

Stefan

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Re: How to show blocked IPs and how to remove a blocked IP

OK, thanks!

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