test security-policy-match command

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test security-policy-match command

L1 Bithead

Trying to utilize the "test security-policy-match" command to accomplish what I normally accomplish on the Cisco ASA using the packet tracer. 


On the firewall
1- I have multiple interfaces configured with multiple zones/VR's

2- I need to test access to couple of destinations on a specific port

3- I am trying to use the any command in there but it returns an error

test security-policy-match protocol 6 from any to any destination destination-port 8443


Is there a way for me to test that access outbound to the destination from all the zones or will I need to do them all one by one specifying the zone and then source IP?


I'm guessing I'll need to do it like this to get precise results


test security-policy-match protocol 6 from zone source #.#.#.# to zone destination destination-port 8443

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