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Harold Ritter Thu, 10/30/2003 - 06:05
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You can use the "clear line" command if it is a telnet session that you are trying to reset. For other type of TCP sessions you can do a "show tcp brief" to list the active TCP sessions and the associated TCBs and then do a "clear tcp tcb "


Hope this help.

biao-shen Thu, 10/30/2003 - 06:36
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Hi Hritter,

Thanks , Is the possible to show tcp session

pass through the router? no only start by or end to

this router.

: )

BRs

Biao

Pavel Bykov Thu, 10/30/2003 - 07:38
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I don't know if you can RESET session that is passing through the router, but i know you can block it using the access lists.

rais Thu, 10/30/2003 - 10:40
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If the router is doing NAT/PAT, clearing NAT translations will void all TCP sessions.


Thanks.

biao-shen Thu, 10/30/2003 - 16:53
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Hi all,

Thanks ; ) . for the traffic pass through Cisco Router,

maybe need other tools like ACS,IDS.


BRs

Biao

prafuljaded Sun, 11/02/2003 - 07:18
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Hi,


You can enable ip route-cache flow on the interface to check the TCP sessions passing thru the router.Issue " show ip cache flow | i 06" where 06 is Protocol number for TCP in an IP datagram.Make sure you enable it during non-peak hours.

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