Quintuple on the USG6000 series

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The quintuple of the firewall refers to the source address, destination address, source port, destination port, and protocol port.

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Meaning of quintuple packet capture for the USG6000 series
Quintuple packet capture enables the USG6000 series to copy the passing packets and save or display them in a certain format on the USG. If the USG or service is faulty and the fault cannot be located after you check the configuration and statistics, you can enable quintuple packet capture for the USG to capture packets of specified flows for fault analysis.

Precautions for quintuple packet discard statistics configuration on the USG6000 series
Quintuple packet discard statistics affect device performance. Use it with caution. After locating network problems, stop the statistics.

Quintuple on the USG9000 series
The quintuple of the firewall refers to the source address, destination address, source port, destination port, and protocol port.

Meaning of quintuple packet capture for the USG2000&5000 series
Quintuple packet capture enables the USG2000&5000 series to copy the passing packets and save or display them in a certain format on the USG. If the USG or service is faulty and the fault cannot be located after you check the configuration and statistics, you can enable quintuple packet capture for the USG to capture packets of specified flows for fault analysis.

Precautions for quintuple packet capture configuration on the USG9000 series
Quintuple packet capture affects device performance. Use it with caution. After locating network problems, you should clear packet capture queues to release memory.

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