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open services - ASA

Want to check open services of ASA . on router it is show through show control-plane host open-ports . Any idea how to check those on ASA ?

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open services - ASA

Hi,

If you mean the actual ports the ASA itself is listening on then you can use the following command

show asp table socket

Usually this output contains ports depending how you have used the commands "telnet" , "ssh" and "http" commands for management.

- Jouni

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New Member

open services - ASA

Hi,

Here is what i would do

#show access-list | in permit tcp

This will show you all the open services.

You can copy that into note pad and search for any specific service.

Hope this helps....

Super Bronze

open services - ASA

Hi,

If you mean the actual ports the ASA itself is listening on then you can use the following command

show asp table socket

Usually this output contains ports depending how you have used the commands "telnet" , "ssh" and "http" commands for management.

- Jouni

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open services - ASA

Yeah... Just saw Jouni's post and i agree. My initial post assumed serivces allowed through the ASA.

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