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How to find the receiving end of incomming traffic ?

We run a Cisco ASA 5510 and i need to find out how i can find the receving end on the inside of a vlan for traffic comming from outside.

ie incomming traffic on port 3937 and are NAT to eth 0/1.10

Thers a bunch of traffic on one port 33771 udp going in on 90.191.72.227

how do i trace this to the inside computer ???

lets say incomming traffic is on 90.191.72.227 and this is on eth0/0

this ip is NAT to a Vlan on the side for 10.10.0.0 with a subnet of 255.255.255.0

Do i need more info ???

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How to find the receiving end of incomming traffic ?

Use "show xlate..." command to find translation instance for that traffic.  And you are catch the host If I rigth undestand you.

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