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Cisco ISR (sh conn ???)

hi,

I'm migrating all my cisco PIX used as VPN peers by Cisco ISR routers.

I would like to refind a bit same information.

does it exist something like "sh conn" on routers ? to see all connections : udp, tcp, icmp.. ?

if you know how to get that, I'm interested.

thanks

regards

Nicolas

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Re: Cisco ISR (sh conn ???)

Nicolas,

show ip nat translations

Below are sub-options as well.

global Display entries in Global/Dest Table - NVI

icmp Show ICMP entries

pptp Show PPTP entries

tcp Show TCP entries

udp Show UDP entries

verbose Show extra information

vrf Display entries of VRF instance

| Output modifiers

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Re: Cisco ISR (sh conn ???)

hi,

thanks, but like I said before I use ISR only as VPN peers, so there is none nat

Nicolas

Re: Cisco ISR (sh conn ???)

Sorry about that. Try enabling IP Accounting. That should give you the connections you're looking for. I'm not 100% sure it will give you the port numbers though.

Re: Cisco ISR (sh conn ???)

Netflow will give it to you as well, but the ports numbers are in hex which is a bit of a pain.

https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-6086

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Re: Cisco ISR (sh conn ???)

thanks that works well on my tunnel interfaces

you are right, there is no port indication :-( (if you have an idea)

but it's not real time traffic, right ? it keeps history :-(

it's better than nothing, but I try to find better

thx

Nicolas

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