I am having an issue with traffic going to a WAN incorrectly. I have a slow DSL connection on WAN1 dedicated for four xboxes. Every so often, I catch my laptop using this WAN for some “Apple” service.
192.168.20.89 is the IP that should not be in this list…
I have 4 outbound policies and they are ALL “enforced” rules. Is there something special about port 5223 TCP?
Rule 1 - Guest VLan (non-DSL) enforced
Rule 2 - Xboxes port 80 (non-DSL) enforced
Rule 3 - Xboxes non-port 80 (DSL) enforced
Rule 4 (default rule) - Any IP Any Port (DSL) enforced
From what I understand about firewalls, the only rule that should have matched would be rule 4 (default) and it should NOT be going out my slow DSL connection.
Would it be possible to get a list of the “hidden” outbound policies that force traffic down WAN1? Is the general rule of thumb to be use WAN1 for non-priority traffic?