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Log Reference

AR120, AR150, AR160, AR200, AR1200, AR2200, AR3200, and AR3600 V200R007

This document supports all the logs of device, including the parameters, meaning, possible causes and solution.

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FW/0/SECLOG_PACKET_FILTER_ID_INFO:<[SerialNumber]> [record time] [HOSTNAME] [version/module/level]: -DevIP=[ip-address1]; protocol=[proto]; source-ip=[ip-address2];source-port=[Port1]; destination-ip=[ip-address3]; destination-port=[Port2]; time=[time]; acl=[acl-id]; rule=[rule-id];


The firewall recorded logs generated when it filtered packets passing through the interzone.


Parameter Name Parameter Meaning
[SerialNumber] Index of the log.
[record time]

Time when the log is recorded, in the format of YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.

  • YYYY, MM, and DD indicate the year, month, and date respectively.
  • HH, MM, and SS indicate the hour, minute, and second respectively.
[HOSTNAME] Device name.
  • version: Current version of the device.
  • module: Module that generates logs.
  • level: Log level.
[ip-address1] Management IP address of the device.
[proto] Protocol type.
[ip-address2] Source IP address of packets.
[Port1] Source interface of packets.
[ip-address3] Destination IP address of packets.
[Port2] Destination interface of packets.
[time] Time when logs are generated.
[acl-id] ACL used to match packets.
[rule-id] Rule ID in the ACL.

Possible Causes

After interzone packet filtering and log functions were enabled on a firewall, it generated packet filtering logs when packets passed through the interzone.

After interzone packet filtering and log functions are enabled on a firewall, acl-id or rule-id in cache state logs may be abnormal if you change or delete the ACL for the interzone.


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Updated: 2019-05-29

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