How to use CLI to enable and disable security policy?

Zyxel_Jeff
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Scenario :

For debugging purposes, we may need to enable or disable the security policy for further verification. This article will guide you on how to use the CLI to enable or disable the security policy on the USG Flex H series model(we used the USG Flex 100H as an example):

Answer :

To enable the security policy.

usgflex100h> edit running

usgflex100h running config# vrf main secure-policy enabled true

usgflex100h running config# commit

Configuration committed.

usgflex100h running config# exit

To disable the security policy.

usgflex100h> edit running

usgflex100h running config# vrf main secure-policy enabled false

usgflex100h running config# commit

Configuration committed.

usgflex100h running config# exit

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