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conn vs xlate

should the ip entried will always be the same in conn and xlate.i think botht willbe the same except for conn there will be port info.

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Re: conn vs xlate

If client is connected to same server via telnet, FTP, and HTTP simultaneously so there are three separate TCP connections between the two devices - it would create a single translation slot (its between PC and server you can check with show xlate) and three connection slots (telnet, ftp, http - check it with show conn). Each connection slot is bound to a translation slot.

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Re: conn vs xlate

i know this before itself. i got a problem from customer and he had send the following

Xlate:

PAT Global 10.32.60.45(1203) Local 10.239.32.49(2228)

Conn:

TCP out 10.80.134.181:3389 in 10.239.32.49:2228 idle 0:00:02 bytes 0

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so here i believe that the conn is initited by 10.80.134.181 to 10.239.32.49 with out translation..

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Re: conn vs xlate

The show local-host command is a good command to show the relationship between xlate and connections.

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