Getting Unidentified IP traffic on ISA 2006

Posted on 2009-12-17
Last Modified: 2013-11-16

I am getting the following in my log when receiving UDP traffic on port 514 (KIWI).  I defined this port in a protocol I created within ISA and applied it to my rule.  The error is "unidentified IP traffic".  Anyone seen this before??

Question by:cburn32
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    Happens all the time when no protocol has been defined. If you think you have defined one but are still getting the message then your defintion does not match the traffic being seen by ISA.

    Because it is UDP, you need to get the direction of source/destination correct - get it reversed and the definition is toast.
    e.g. udp port 514 send/receive is not the same as UDP 514 receive/send.

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