Correlation between a service connection and flows
I can't seem to figure out the relation between the "Current Local Connections" I can see doing a "sh service <service_name>", and the number of active flows toward that service doing a "sh flows | grep <service_ip>" (looking only at the dest IP of the flow).
For instance, I've got a service with something like 850 "current local connections" but if I look at the flows established toward that service, I only have very few of them (something like 30).
Re: Correlation between a service connection and flows
Thank you Gilles, I didn't know this tip.
This indeed shows much more flows but still it's not consistent with what I expected.
At that point I think I need to be more explicit:
The service I'm refering to is actually an SCA device, terminating SSL connections. What I'm trying to figure out is, roughly, how many SSL connections are being handled, at a time, by the CSS towards this SCA.
The "sh service " show a "current local connections" with an average of 850 connections. But I cannot link it to the number of flows.
I tried (as you advised) "sh flows 0.0.0.0 " and got something like 400 flows.
However, the question could remain purely theoratical:
What is the link between a service number of local connections and flows towards that service ?
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