Unhandled External Packet Using Speedtests
We recently enabled auto-block on Unhandled External Packet. One thing that happened when we did this was we could no longer use most speedtests, as they did not show any upload. I turned the auto-block off and screenshot the packet that was getting blocked in the traffic monitor. When the traffic goes out, it uses port 8080, but for some reason the same IP is trying to send a packet back on different ports. In the screenshot it shows port 40100, but these are always random port numbers when we run a speedtest. If it was predictable, I would simply add a policy that didn't auto-block on that port. Is the firewall assigning it a port to talk to and not allowing it in on that port? Really confused on what could be causing this. For some reason the screenshot is showing up very small, but "open image in a new tab" works.