If Vwire is transparent, then why do you have to specify which VLANs are allowed through?

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If Vwire is transparent, then why do you have to specify which VLANs are allowed through?

L3 Networker

I usually just open up the range of vlans from 1-4094...but why do this is it's meant to be transparent?

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L4 Transporter

It's still stateful, you'll need to either allow all VLANs to make it transparent (agnostic) or individual ones.

All the firewall is always stateful if you put it inline it will still drop out of window or out of sync packets (asymmetric routing).

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L4 Transporter

It's still stateful, you'll need to either allow all VLANs to make it transparent (agnostic) or individual ones.

All the firewall is always stateful if you put it inline it will still drop out of window or out of sync packets (asymmetric routing).

L6 Presenter

I recommendation that you define vlans 0-4094 to include vlan 0, the native vlan. Thanks.

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