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    Default Real Time Policy-Rule Processing Dump

    Hi everyone,

    I'm trying to pull up some specific data which fwmonitor/tcpdump cannot do. I remember there was a command for it but totally forgot.

    I'm trying to pull up data via the CLI for a specific source and destination and would like to get an output on which rule is processing this traffic on the given firewall. The rule in question does not have logging enabled due to the enormous amount of hits it gets, therefore, smartlog and smartview tracker are not options. I want some prooft that this traffic is hitting this rule and being processed by the fw. I'm pretty sure there is a CLI command to pull up the data for the traffic and the rule it's hitting and processing.

    Thank you!
    Last edited by kkzc97; 2017-01-11 at 15:14.

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