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Translation question

Hi guys,

I'm kinda new to pixes but a following situation has arisen:from our local network there was an incredible amount of connections started toward an Internet site which promptly decided it was an attempted attack and blocked all traffic from our network via our global address.

Is there any way to see which translations happened at that time(a few days ago) including the time so I can compare the times connections occured the site sent us with the translations occuring at that time or is show xlate command(which shows current translations) my only option.

Thanks in advance for any help.

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Re: Translation question

well we do nt have any option to view translation based on time

Thereofore the only way to find out the xlations and connections of any specific instant would be to check the logs at debug level on your syslog server integrated with your firewall

Hence you need to turn on your timestamp logging and view the xlates in the log files

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