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What do the policy attributes mean when viewing the policy list (get policy)?

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Article ID: KB14837 KB Last Updated: 24 Jul 2009Version: 1.0
Summary:
When viewing the policy list in the command line interface using a 'get policy' command, certain attributes of policies are abbreviated and displayed under the heading "ASTLCB".

What do each of these abbreviations mean in this heading?
Symptoms:

Solution:
Here is sample output from a 'get policy' command:

nsisg1000-> get policy
Total regular policies 1, Default deny, Software based policy search, new policy enabled.
   ID From      To       Src-address  Dst-address  Service              Action State   ASTLCB
    1 Trust     Untrust  Any-IPv4     Any-IPv4     FTP                  Permit hidden  ---X-X


What do each of the abbreviations mean in the ASTLCB heading?

A- Deep Inspection attack objects.
S- Policy scheduling.
T- Traffic shaping.
L- Logging.
C- Counting.
B- HA session backup.

If, under the column, "-" is displayed, this means this feature is disabled for this policy.  If an "X" is displayed, it means this feature is enabled for this policy.  In the example here, logging and HA session backup are enabled for this policy.

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