I was Testing the Connectivity between two end points for Testing Purpose only
Server(10.50.50.1)--------Sw1---------eth1/8----- PA-------------eth1/7-----------------Sw2-----------User PC(10.7.7.6)
PA VR1 has interface Eth1/7
PA VR2 has interface Eth1/8
Server IP 10.50.50.1
PC IP 10.7.7.6
Sw1 and Sw2 has point to point connections with PA.
1>User PC can ping PA Eth1/7 and Eth1/8 IP address.
2>VR2 has route to server 10.50.50.1 pointing to next VR which is VR1.
3>VR1 has no route back to 10.7.7.6 I did not add this deliberately
4>We have all the rules from PC to server.
Test I did
I try the ssh connection to server from PC and in GUI i see the bytes send and receive even though VR1 has no route back to the PC via VR2?
Need to know traffic log shows bytes send and receive in GUI
1>Are these bytes send and receive between two VR
2>Are these bytes send and receive between VR1 and PC
3>Are these bytes send and receive bertween VR2 and Server?
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The bytes received will represent bytes received on eth1/8
The 2 vr are still inside the same vsys, so bytes counted are for the whole vsys
ie. the bytes counted are shared for the 2 vr, there will not be individual bytes for vr1 or vr2
so when user tries ssh via eth1/7 will not be that also be bytes received?
bytes received is traffic coming to firewall.
So correct me if i am wrong bytes received will be on both eth1/7 and eth1/8?
yes they are in same VR.
Same way bytes transmitted will be on both interfaces eth1/7 and eth1/8 right?
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