rhermes Fri, 05/08/2009 - 06:43
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A "sh stat vir" will give you many TCP related stats (this is an output from a sensor without traffic, sorry):


TCP Normalizer stage statistics

Packets Input = 244128

Packets Modified = 10438

Dropped packets from queue = 0

Dropped packets due to deny-connection = 0

Duplicate Packets = 166873

Current Streams = 0

Current Streams Closed = 0

Current Streams Closing = 0

Current Streams Embryonic = 0

Current Streams Established = 0

Current Streams Denied = 0

Statistics for the TCP Stream Reassembly Unit

Current Statistics for the TCP Stream Reassembly Unit

TCP streams currently in the embryonic state = 0

TCP streams currently in the established state = 0

TCP streams currently in the closing state = 0

TCP streams currently in the system = 0

TCP Packets currently queued for reassembly = 0

Cumulative Statistics for the TCP Stream Reassembly Unit since reset

TCP streams that have been tracked since last reset = 0

TCP streams that had a gap in the sequence jumped = 0

TCP streams that was abandoned due to a gap in the sequence = 0

TCP packets that arrived out of sequence order for their stream = 0

TCP packets that arrived out of state order for their stream = 0

The rate of TCP connections tracked per second since reset = 0


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