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Check PIX incoming traffic

Hi,

Is there is a command to check what source address traffic is coming on PIX interface.

Can we see the translate table, of which outside traffic was converted to NATed to address of higher secutity level in detail. ( PFSS unavailable )

Can "show xlate details ...." command can be used to even find the source address of the packet received on the outside interface of PIX.

Any link on cisco.com for example to debug source of incoming traffic is highly appreciable..

Thanx.

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Re: Check PIX incoming traffic

"show local-host detail" command will do most (...well I hope) of what you want to see.

If you need to keep syslogs from PIX for further analysis, you'll require a syslog server such as kiwi, and a bit of configuration on the PIX itself.

See the related logging command

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/iaabu/pix/pix_sw/v_63/cmdref/gl.htm#wp1028090

HTH

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