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Connection status

In my firewall i have no rule play in inside interface for outbound traffic but i have a rule play for inbound traffic in outside interface saying that from my particular branch network can access my server through SMTP.Just i wanted to know the connections..

But i use the command sh conn state data_out | grep 172.30.x.x,It showing the details given bellow

TCP out 172.x.x.x:1198 in 172.30.x.x:25 idle 8:40:06 Bytes 630 flags UFROB

if i use the command sh conn state data_in | grep 172.30.x.x also, It showing the details same given bellow

TCP out 172.x.x.x:1198 in 172.30.x.x:25 idle 8:40:06 Bytes 630 flags UFROB

Kinldy provide me information..there is no difference in in and out inforamtions.Y is it so?..

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Re: Connection status

The commands "sh conn state data_out" and "sh conn state data_in" are showing the connections made. The source is the IP identified after the "in" in the output of the command.

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Re: Connection status

Hi,

v.thanks for ur response...

But after the in both of ip's are same in my outputs above r my perception is wrong.Kindly provide me information with example..Plz

data_in means inbound conn,that is out to in

data_out means outbound conn,that is in to out

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