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The traffic of interface increased 400M because USG5300 didn’t configure the black hole route

Publication Date:  2012-09-12  |   Views:  503  |   Downloads:  0  |   Author:  l00227919  |   Document ID:  EKB1000014483

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Issue Description

A carrier reported a problem that the traffic from NE40 to USG5300 is more than the traffic from user to USG5300 about 400M.

Alarm Information

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Handling Process

Configure the black-hole route to address group.

Root Cause

1. USG5300 and NE40 are connected by using 30-bits-mask network segment. There are 3 28-bits-mask network segments in address group.
2. Internal network user is set “nat outbound” by USG5300. If a external user accessed to address group, the traffic like this would be forwarded to gateway by USG5300, so the traffic of outbound interface increase.

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