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'Network Interface' - 4.Nov.2008 4:20:15 AM   


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I have about the meaning of the column 'Network Interface' during firewall logging.

I see that sometimes the network interface IP is given, but most of the time it isn't (even it's for the some Source IP).  Does anyone know what mechanism causes the Network Interface data to be logged (or why it's most of the time it isn't given even if it's used ; otherwise the data wouldn't reach the ISA Server if it didn't use an interface).

I only noticed the Network Interface being filled with denied connections, with the error FWX_E_TCP_NOT_SYN_PACKET_DROPPED, but I'm not sure if it's always like that as I'm concentrating on these kind of errors at the moment...

Any hints on the reason for this error would be usefull as well, of course, I guess it might be better to ask questions like this in another part of the forum (I understand the error, but not why in previous steps the packet was stopped (FIN or RST).

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