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What are the FWSM: FLAGS - Bs Ba B ?

Hi

Does anyone know what the flags Bs Ba B means?

When show connections on the FWSM i get:

Firewall# sh conn for x.x.x.x

316 in use, 794 most used

Network Processor 1 connections

TCP out x.x.x.x:1078 in y.y.y.y:3128 idle 0:00:18 Bytes 66 FLAGS - Bs

TCP out x.x.x.x:1078 in y.y.y.y:3128 idle 0:00:18 Bytes 264 FLAGS - BA

TCP out x.x.x.x:1079 in y.y.y.y:3128 idle 0:00:04 Bytes 66 FLAGS - B

TCP out x.x.x.x:1079 in y.y.y.y:3128 idle 0:00:04 Bytes 198 FLAGS - BA

Network Processor 2 connections

Multicast sessions:

Network Processor 1 connections

Network Processor 2 connections

IPv6 connections:

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Jarle

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Re: What are the FWSM: FLAGS - Bs Ba B ?

Hi,

refer to the below link for flag details

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/lan/cat6000/mod_icn/fwsm/fwsm_3_1/fwsm_ref/s2.htm#wp2639649

hope this helps understanding each sequence with associated flags.

Thanks

gagan

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Re: What are the FWSM: FLAGS - Bs Ba B ?

Hi,

refer to the below link for flag details

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/lan/cat6000/mod_icn/fwsm/fwsm_3_1/fwsm_ref/s2.htm#wp2639649

hope this helps understanding each sequence with associated flags.

Thanks

gagan

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