How many Deep Inspection actions can you define in a single policy?
Deep Inspection is a mechanism for filtering the traffic permitted at the Network and Transport Layers by examining not only these layers but the content and protocol characteristics at the Application Layer. The goal of Deep Inspection is the detection and prevention any attacks or anomalous behavior that might be present in traffic that theNetScreenfirewall permits. To configure a policy for attack protection, you must make two choices: which attack group (or groups) to use and which attack action to take if an attack is detected. You can only use one deep inspection action per policy.