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What symbol is the green accept icon in checkpoint smart monitor?

Posted on 2011-09-12
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What does the green icon in checkpoint represent. it looks like a bridge or maybe a house?

The other reject and drop icons are self evident but the green accept icon I can't see what it is.
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Here is an image that I got off the web of the accept icon. In my version the icon is round instead of square but I believe that it is the same symbol inside both shapes.

A bridge over a highway maybe?
dashboard-accept-icon.png
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Looks like a road with a sign over it.
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could be!

I was thinking that it might be a bridge over a moat or a road.
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