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Checkpoint Problem 11 years 8 months ago #6796

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Hi,

Has any one come across a problem with Checkpoint, where by when a connection is made using a service (for example RDP) that the firewall blocks the return source port (even though Checkpoint should automatically open the source port).

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Pedals
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Checkpoint 11 years 8 months ago #6809

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I saw something similar once where the return connection wouldn't work because NAT had been half-implemented, providing a mapping from the outside to the inside but nothing back the other way. If it's not this, check your rules - perhaps you have another rule that is unexpectedly blocking the return part of the conversation
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Re: Checkpoint Problem 11 years 8 months ago #6810

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This problem has also appeared on internal communications between sites that have no NAT implemented.

An RDP connection to SITE A works fine, however and RDP connection to SITE B does not work.

The return source port gets blocked by the drop all rule.

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Pealds
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