WAAS - Connection Type

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Sep 13th, 2009

Hi All

I have 2 sites connected through WAAS (In line deployment) , when I am issuing command

show statistics connection all

192.168.27.185:445 192.168.64.25:3070 N/A PT Rjct Resources

192.168.201.141:445 192.168.64.31:2020 N/A PT Rjct Resources

192.168.64.25:3112 192.168.150.3:445 N/A PT Rjct Resources

192.168.64.25:3098 192.168.151.40:445 N/A PT Rjct Resources

192.168.64.25:3130 192.168.102.0:445 N/A PT Rjct Resources

192.168.16.101:445 192.168.55.148:1746 N/A PT Rjct Resources

192.168.111.12:445 192.168.64.31:1948 N/A PT Rjct Resources

192.168.64.31:1960 192.168.196.151:445 N/A PT Rjct Resources

192.168.64.25:3042 192.168.191.118:445 N/A PT Rjct Resources

192.168.6.214:445 192.168.64.25:3102 N/A PT Rjct Resources

192.168.74.175:445 192.168.64.31:1944 N/A PT Rjct Resources

192.168.55.14:8002 192.168.56.104:2675 N/A PT In Progress

192.168.64.25:3087 192.168.149.177:445 N/A PT Rjct Resources

192.168.64.31:1979 192.168.117.224:445 N/A PT Rjct Resources

192.168.64.31:1934 192.168.2.239:445 N/A PT Rjct Resources

192.168.16.20:2598 192.168.56.56:1296 N/A PT In Progress

192.168.16.30:139 192.168.55.184:3331 N/A PT Rjct Resources

192.168.65.5:1356 193.219.28.14:6666 N/A PT App Cfg

192.168.2.182:445 192.168.64.31:1995 N/A PT Rjct Resources

192.168.64.31:1915 192.168.214.73:445 N/A PT Rjct Resources

192.168.64.31:2020 192.168.201.141:445 N/A PT Rjct Resources

Can anybody tell why I have so many PT Rjct Resources and what does that mean

Regards/Asfar

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Zach Seils Mon, 09/14/2009 - 11:51

Syed,

The connection type "PT Rjct Resources" means that there are not enough free optimized connection resources to handle the connection.

If the sum total of active optimized connections + reserved optmized connections +

active auto-discovery connections hits the total maximum of optimized

connections supported by the WAE, any additional connections will go PT

Rjct Resources. If the active optimized connections are low, watch the

reserved connections and active auto-discovery connections. If reserved

connections are high, investigate MAPI AO. If active auto-discovery

connections are high, investigate why there are so many concurrent 3-way

handshakes going through the WAE.

Regards,

Zach

asfar.zaidi Mon, 09/14/2009 - 13:53

Hi Zach

Can you please help me in telling the command for checking

Active optimize connections

Reserved Optimized Connections

Active Auto discovery connection

How to investigate MAPI AO

How to investigate concurrent 3 way hand-shake (Can it be because of any application behavior)

Regards

Zach Seils Wed, 09/16/2009 - 07:42

Hi Asfar,

The command 'show statistics connection' will give you a summary at the beginning of the output showing you the overall connection statistics for the device. To get more detailed statistics for the MAPI AO, you can use the command 'show statistics accelerator mapi'.

Zach

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