If you know which interface is using which virtual-router you could check interface counters (received and transmitted) with the command 'show counter interface ethernet1/x'.
hope this helps,
From my understanding VR is not passing traffic, it is just a bundle of the routes or single routing table which you attaching to the firewall interface (s). You can run simple "ping" or "traceroute" command to the destination to see next hot (path) etc. Don't forget allow this traffic in the security policy
Actually what you can to is:
- attach your trust interface to the VR
- attach your untrust interface to the VR
- go to the CLI and enter "ping source <ip-of-trust-interface> host <ip-of-host-in-untrust-zone>
A setup like this would normally be trust (LAN) to untrust (internet) so in my case it would be:
ping source 192.168.0.1 host 188.8.131.52
If the ping succeeds you know that your VR is working.
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