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Cisco Bug: CSCul11634 - ENH: ASR ZBFW should bypass connection table for asymmetric traffic

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Nov 27, 2020

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  • Cisco ASR 1000 Series Aggregation Services Routers

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Currently, when the ASR ZBFW sees asymmetric traffic, it will try to match that traffic against any connection it hits in the connection table. This includes situations where the ingress traffic may not match the zone-pair associated with the connection.

The current behaviour is identified in the documentation bug CSCul11625.

This enhancement request is to allow the ASR to bypass the connection table completely for asymmetric traffic that may match an existing connection, thus allowing the PASS option to behave as expected.

None. This is an enhancement request to implement new features to the ASR.
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