At random times all TCP connections from the Internet are blocked (all ports and all IPs) for incoming traffic only. Websites, mail servers etc are not accessible from the Internet. UDP and ICMP are not affected. What could be causing this?
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Sounds like a DoS profile that is setup incorrectly and is blocking the destination address (your public IP) or vulnerability protection profile with the same misconfiguration. The default block-ip timeout is 5 minutes, which lines up with what you are running into.
If you had any that's where they would be. What does your Vulnerability Protection profile look like for the security rulebase entries allowing this traffic inbound? That would be the next thing I would look at.
What I am seeing in logs related to the outage is:
But I am not able to see which rulebase this it related to.
You're showing the detailed log entry. (You've clicked the magnifying glass next to an entry in the threat log) To better help point out why this is happening we need to see the main entry. It looks like this is happening because of a VP profile which is attached to a security policy rule.
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