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ICMP Source-Quench?

L3 Networker

Hi,

In Cisco ACLs, they have the option of adding rules like "access-list OUTSIDE extended permit icmp any any source-quench". Does Palo Alto have a way of distinquishing ICMP message types? I've tried looking in the application library, and ICMP shows up as an App (just like ping does) not nothing about Source-Quench, Time-Exceeded, Unreachable, etc...

Any thoughts on how to best duplicate this?

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L5 Sessionator

Currently we only have applications ICMP and PING applications.

You can create a custom applications based on ICMP type 4.

Objects > Applications

Add a New app

Navigate to Advanced Tab  and choose ICMP type radio button.


-Ameya

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L5 Sessionator

Currently we only have applications ICMP and PING applications.

You can create a custom applications based on ICMP type 4.

Objects > Applications

Add a New app

Navigate to Advanced Tab  and choose ICMP type radio button.


-Ameya

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