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Monitor sessions through ASA 8.4, what replaces the old `conn' command?

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Jul 9th, 2013
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When I worked on older ASA and PIX code I could view the connections through the ASA with the conn cli command.


On 8.4 now, is there a command that does the same?

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Jouni Forss Tue, 07/09/2013 - 02:35
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Hi,


I am not sure what command you are referring to. To my understanding the command has been the same since 6.3 software atleast. I have no expirience of any older software though.


To monitor connections you can use several commands or variations of them


For a simple list of connections through the ASA


show conn


For a simple list of connections through and TO the ASA


show conn all


For more information about the connections use


show conn detail


show conn long


Then there is the command to view a single hosts connections


show local-host


show local-host detail


Hope these helps


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Feel free to ask more if needed


- Jouni

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