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  1. #1
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    Default 9.4 64Bit xbox unit in bypass of default rack still gets flagged in App control

    I have an xbox bypassing the default rack with source and destination. I have xbox checked to flag in application control.

    When I look through the reports, I see all xbox traffic being flagged. I do not see the xbox in the hosts, session, etc.

    Am I missing something? I thought if it bypassed the rack, it would not be fettered by any of the modules.

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    Its probably not being bypassed.
    Check the session viewer.

    also:
    http://wiki.untangle.com/index.php/R...must_ALL_match
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    Thank you. It shows up. I must be bypassing wrong. I have 2 rules for each IP I want to bypass the rack(1 for source address, 1 for destination address).
    xbox-src.pngxbox-dest.png

    There is no port forwarding as I am behind a ASA5505 in transparent mode.

    Internet -> ASA5505 -Untangle -> Switch -> home network devices

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    Looks good.
    Check the session viewer.
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    Still was in there. They did not remove until I added "And Protocol (check all the boxes, but really only needed tcp udp).

    I expected it to not need a protocol, but that was my bad, just src/dest address.

    Thank you for your help!
    Last edited by Daali; 03-03-2013 at 09:59 AM. Reason: forgot to say thank you!

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