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verify Junos firewall policy

Posted on 2012-04-05
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Is there a way to verify if I have setup a firewall policy correctly on Juniper SRX firewalls.
I am looking for something that is equivalent to the Cisco ASA 'packet tracer' where I can specify a source, destination on a specific port.

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"show security match-policies" is the command you need bud.

Note, you will need to fill in ALL of the extra parameters like source address, destination address, source and destination port, protocol etc.
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works like a charm....    thanks
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