Im not clearly geting your logical setup in relation to where you are trying to ssh from and to , also there seems to be a TCP RESET-I which tells me you are not initiating the ssh towards the right firewall interface, or Im missing something.
Inbound TCP connection denied from 10.205.41.101/3392 to 10.205.41.165/80 flags SYN on interface Internal_Firewall
you are trying to http from 10.205.41.0/25 network by source 10.205.41.101/25 to firewall interface or destination IP 10.205.41.165/29 which if Im not mistaken 165 could be an interface IP address of firewall for network 10.205.41.160/29
if you want to ssh/telnet/https to the firewall from a hosts behind a routed network through one of your firewall interfaces those hosts have to telnet/ssh/or https to towards the interface in the firewall they reside under.
Meaning , if 10.205.41.101/25 wants to ssh/http/telnet to firewall it needs to do it towards the firewall interface ip this network is being routed under. The same applies for sources under 10.205.41.160/29 telneting or ssh through firewall interface they are under.
I am not trying to telnet/ssh/hhtp to the management interface but i am trying to the interface which is connected to the routed interface. The ip address is 10.205.40.38/28, this is the inside interface of the firewall getting connected to the network where in the routed area 10.205.41.101/25 exists.
When i telnet to the internal interface of the firewall it drops the connection.
We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
In Syslog I also se...