I'm having trouble allowing RIP traffic to my firewall. Below is my scenario:
ISA Server 2004 on Windows Server 2003, all patches and service packs installed. SonicWALL 4060 firewall as default route, RAS server for dial backup for remote sites. Remote site has Netopia R9210 router, connects via VPN policy to SonicWALL, remote clients use ISA for proxy. When remote site DSL goes down, Netopia then dials into the RAS server and RIP broadcasts route change. All servers and clients with RIP Listener installed pick up the change and route traffic accordingly. The ISA server sees the traffic and logs a Denied Connection. I've set a rule in ISA that allows protocol RIP to and from All Networks however it is still denied. There is no rule specified in the monitor for why it is denied, just drops it.
I'm sure I missed something here, any clues out there?
When you're in the Logging section, go to the View menu and select Add/Remove columns. Add all of the fields from the left to the right side. once they're added, log the RIP traffic getting denied again and look for the Result Code field - this usually helps illustrate why the traffic was denied.
Okay, I've resolved this. I added the System and Network Services group to the Users Tab. I had previously just had the All Users group there. I can't say I understand why this is now working and do not see anything in the docs that states that you need to add this group when setting protocol specific rules but it does work now. Thanks ClintD for your input, that led me on the right path...