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I have a VM under NSX where I have applied the distributed firewall policies.The VM has 2 vNIC.
One vNIC is connected to the NSX logical switch & the other vNIC is connected to a standard port group out of NSX.
By default the distributed firewall rule will apply the policies to both the vNIC of the VM.
Is there any way I can configure that the policies are applied to vNIC1 & no policies are getting applied to vNIC2.

How to achieve this.
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Any Inputs
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Attached is the diagram for referenceDiagram
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Can you create a rule that uses the VNIC2 IP address or subnet as the source IP address and is set to allow all traffic?
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What about applying the policy on legacy port group
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That should work, just double check what interfaces are in that group.
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Thanks
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