I'm trying to secure a router by using "ip inspect". The router takes all the commands but from a PC behind the router I cannot access the Internet. However if I remove the access list inbound on the external interface it works fine. I was under the impression that ip inspect should add a line to this access list allowing inbound access to an already established internal outbound session?
I've tried inbound on the VLAN Interface and external interface but it still doesn't work. The details of ip inspect can be found here where it states that ip inspect can be inbound on the internal interface but outbound on the external interface.
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