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What on earth does <snp_drop_none> mean?

ASASM, version 8.5. This common log message has a new reason for closing:

2011-11-09T07:54:53.933532-05:00 rich-870-fw.gatech.edu %ASA-6-302014: Teardown TCP connection 1139092077 for outside:130.207.172.30/47434 to inside:130.207.243.143/1521 duration 0:00:01 bytes 13683359 <snp_drop_none>

snl_drop_none

After that happens, the two machines in the conversation continue to talk, but the traffic is now denied as there is no longer a connection in the connection table.

I really would love to know what snl_drop_none means. I've also opened a TAC case, we'll see who answers first!

Thanks,
Graham

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What on earth does <snp_drop_none> mean?

This post has some information....

https://supportforums.cisco.com/thread/2100056

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