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Violated unidirectional connection

I'm desperately looking for an error in my CP 600  R77.20.80 configuration.
My clients don't get the latest internet time anymore.
In the log at service ntp/123 inbound I see "Violated unidirectional connection".
Can anyone help me?
Thank you,
Frank.

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Re: Violated unidirectional connection

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Vladimir
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Re: Violated unidirectional connection

If the situation you are experiencing is similar to the one described in the SK Aleksei Shelepov‌ have referred to, you are better off configuring your clients to get their time from external NTP servers, same as your internal network is using as reference source.

So long as this is the only UDP service you are experiencing problem with, it should solve your issues.

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Re: Violated unidirectional connection

Go to Service > create that specific UDP port service > go to advanced and tick "Accept Replies". Then go to policy and create new incoming rule (unless already created) using that specific port (service that you created).

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Re: Violated unidirectional connection

You need to have a specific rule accepting this traffic on your rule set, you also should do as Nicolay is stating and create a specific service accepting udp replies.

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