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Explanation of acl log

Hi,

In my acl log I saw the following, can someone explain what the (8/0) means:

Jul 16 17:15:04 CST: %SEC-6-IPACCESSLOGDP: list WAN-In denied icmp 10.4.5.10 -> 10.10.6.54 (8/0), 4 packets

Thanks

Dan

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Re: Explanation of acl log

Dan

ICMP uses types and codes. Type 8 code 0 is an echo request ie. someone initiated a ping and your acl blocked it.

See this link for full list of ICMP code/types -

http://www.faqs.org/docs/iptables/icmptypes.html

Jon

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Re: Explanation of acl log

Dan

ICMP uses types and codes. Type 8 code 0 is an echo request ie. someone initiated a ping and your acl blocked it.

See this link for full list of ICMP code/types -

http://www.faqs.org/docs/iptables/icmptypes.html

Jon

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Re: Explanation of acl log

Thanks for that Jon.

You cleared the matter up.

Dan

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