The firewall policies are analyzed left to right and top to bottom... 'not applicable' means that something to the left of the App-ID column caused the traffic to be dropped, so the firewall never got to the point of trying to fingerprint an App-ID because the source or destination or zone wouldn't allow the traffic anyway
Well if you could help me out to understand something ..
I have a firewall in layer 2 mode.the policies are their to allow DNS and traffic is coming from a Vlan.
now today suddenly my all DNS traffic was getting denied and goes to block rule.I havent done any changes in policies.
If there was a Vlan mismatch could it cause a policy not to take affect and goes to default rule blocking all DNS traffic and in logs showing me Not-applicable.
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