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Basically the established command is controlling or limiting what additional connections are allowed First, the appliance must see the initial connection, and then connections that match the permitfrom for the source port and permitto for the destination port of the specified protocol are allowed You can have multiple established commands based on the range of ports you need to dynamically add to the conn table for a specific application TIP Please remember that the established command can be used for other applications that open additional connections where the appliances don t currently support application inspection for the additional connections
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Here s an example of setting up a global inspection policy for XDMCP and using the established command to allow the display connections:
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ciscoasa(config)# class-map inspection_default ciscoasa(config-cmap)# match default-inspection-traffic ciscoasa(config)# policy-map global_policy ciscoasa(config-pmap)# class inspection_default ciscoasa(config-pmap-c)# inspect xdmcp ciscoasa(config)# established udp 177 0 permitto tcp 6000 permitfrom tcp 1024-65535
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In this example, XDMCP inspection is enabled globally With the established command, if a UDP connection has been established from the external client to port 177 on the X-windows server, a subsequent display connection from this external client is allowed for TCP if the source port is from 1024 to 65,535 and the destination is port 6000
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his chapter will introduce you to the inspection capabilities of the appliances as inspection relates to commonly used data applications The application inspections covered include DNS SMTP and ESMTP FTP TFTP HTTP Instant messaging (IM) RSH SNMP SQL*Net
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DNS INSPECTION
DNS inspection, commonly called DNS Doctoring, has been supported on the appliances for a long time The following sections will discuss the application layer inspection capabilities of the appliances for DNS traffic, as well as how to configure inspection policies for DNS
DNS Inspection Features
Cisco currently supports four inspection features for DNS: DNS Guard DNS packet length verification DNS A-record translation DNS application layer policies
The following sections will discuss these features in more depth
DNS Guard
DNS Guard ensures that only a single DNS response to a DNS query is permitted back into your network When a DNS client generates a DNS query, it uses UDP The DNS server uses UDP to reply When some attackers are eavesdropping and see the DNS request or reply, they generate their own DNS reply to send back to the client, possibly with a bogus address or a misdirected address If the attackers have given one of their own addresses in the reply, the attackers can easily hijack the session that the client will try to establish DNS Guard also prevents DNS DoS attacks, stopping a flood of DNS replies
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from coming back into your network, since a flood of UDP traffic on the connection will keep it in the conn table With DNS Guard the appliance adds an entry in the conn table when it sees the client DNS query, which is used to permit the DNS reply from the server As soon as the appliance sees the first DNS reply for the session, it immediately removes the conn table entry, preventing any other replies from coming in DNS uses an application ID (app ID) in the payload to track the DNS queries and responses If the client generates three requests, the appliance will allow three replies, since these are seen as three connections NOTE DNS Guard is the exception to using an idle timer for UDP connections to determine if they are done Also, in version 6 and earlier, you could not disable DNS Guard In version 7, it is enabled by default, but you can disable it
DNS Packet Length Verification
Starting in version 7 of the OS, the appliances check to make sure that the DNS packet length doesn t exceed 512 bytes by default According to the RFC, 512 bytes should be the maximum If packets were larger than this, then they might be non-DNS packets, and the appliance would drop them by default However, some DNS implementations bend the rules and can have packet sizes greater than 512 if you run into this situation, you can increase the maximum packet size for DNS on the appliance Some other checks the appliance performs by default: Makes sure the domain name length doesn t exceed 255 bytes and the label 63 bytes Verifies the integrity of a domain name if it is referenced by a compression pointer Verifies if a compression pointer loop exists, which would cause an infinite number of lookups on the DNS server
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