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What is this all about ?

What is this all about ?

(OP)
Hi,

I keep getting the following in my log... Please Help.

ACTION: Drop SOURCE:127.0.0.2 DESTINATION:108.122.0.0 PROTO: ip

I get different source ip everytime 127.0.0.?
getting around 20 to 30 entries each refresh in my log.

Thanks,

RE: What is this all about ?

127.0.0.0 in an internal "Loopback" ip address
as for the 108..... ?? i dont know
is this action happening on a rule?
if so what is the rule (hide the specifics)

RE: What is this all about ?

(OP)
Hi,
I don't have any rule that would cause this drop. On the log it's blank for the rule. The origin is the firewall IP SERVICE:Blank, PROTO.:ip, RULE:Blank. I ran a tracert route on the destination ip 108.122.0.0. but it times out after 3 hops after my cisco router.

Thanks,

RE: What is this all about ?

Check that in the firewall objects Topology that there is not a loopback interface defined (127.0.0.0)

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