I've got a curious problem. After few days of testing IPS I've found, that there is at least one target that my SRX blocks my access to, but it leaves no trace anywhere:
The system is comprised of a chassis cluster of two SRX1400 @ 12.3X48-D40.5.
Do you have any idea where else to look for a possible cause for this blocking?
Can you enable IDP and flow traceoptions and check for any inputs?
Does the session data show bi-directional flow or only one direction?
I have seen this type of behavior when there is asymetrical path routing so the return traffic from the server does not hit the SRX.
It seems that the thorough testing has lead me to a most surprising result...
The edge routers (between SRX and ISP) use the ISP-assigned IP and in my tests, these IP were the source of our successful connection attempts.
I've assigned some of our PI addresses to them and, with them as source, I was unable to connect to target (but were able to connect to other webservers in the network).
It suggests that the problem lays outside the SRX and, most likely, either our whole AS was blocked on the target's network or there is some other issue affecting them. Huh...
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