Re: [fw-wiz] filter smtp port juniper M20



On Fri, 9 Jun 2006, Jess wrote:

source-port smtp;

(I haven't done filtering on a Juniper, so this is based on the name only)
Typically the source port of an SMTP connection is an ephemeral port,
while the destination is 25.

Paul
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