Flow basic

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Flow basic

Will a debug flow flow basic  show  me if Im actually raching destination server? What I mean is if I have a server that is used for BAS_Filer mounts will it show me that Im not mounting to destiantion server that does the actaul mount? I know the pack captuer drop will show me but curious if flow basic will show it? I dont want ot set it up if it will not.


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Re: Flow basic

The farthest a flow basic will go is show you which packets are coming into and which are leaving your firewall (and what is done to them in between)

If you set your filters properly you should see both directions of the flow so if communication is functioning properly, you sill see client to server and server to client packets coming in and going out

but if you don't see server to client packets, and you're sure your c2s are leaving the firewall, you'll need good oldfashioned troubleshooting skills to find where packets may be getting dropped or misdirected

reaper - PANgurus.com
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Re: Flow basic

The farthest a flow basic will go is show you which packets are coming into and which are leaving your firewall (and what is done to them in between)

If you set your filters properly you should see both directions of the flow so if communication is functioning properly, you sill see client to server and server to client packets coming in and going out

but if you don't see server to client packets, and you're sure your c2s are leaving the firewall, you'll need good oldfashioned troubleshooting skills to find where packets may be getting dropped or misdirected

reaper - PANgurus.com
I drink and I know things

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