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Reapplying FW rules on checkpoint

Posted on 2016-08-12
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Have anyone tried removing a rule/route and reapplying the same policy to resolve an issue?  I have a time-clock that is seen hitting my FW and leaving the network, but there is no return traffic.  We have multiple time-clocks and all of the others are working expect for this particular one.  All the time clocks have static IPs with rules like "Static IP of time clock, next-hop is time-clock's server, allow port 443".
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If you see the traffic leaving your firewall, but nothing ever comes back, its not your firewall.  You need to start looking outside your firewall.
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