Show local-host "71 active, 95 maximum active" ?????
I use an Unrestricted (UR) license PIX, but I noticed it still has a maximum active interface 95? Is anybody know what's the meaning of "71 active, 95 maximum active"??? If I use remote vpn clients access this PIX, does it still have connection limited, like it will reach the maximum active host and no more connection allowed ???
thank you very much!!!
# show local-host
Interface inside: 71 active, 95 maximum active, 0 denied
Re: Show local-host "71 active, 95 maximum active" ?????
These are just stats. It means that at the time the command was run you had 71 active hosts. The 95 represents a "high water mark". For example, here are stats from my dspfarm interface on a 7200 voice router:
SPfarm blocking statistic : (spb:42792/ssb:0/fb:0). Number of RESERVED DSPs : 0
14 active calls, 29 max active calls, 42792 total calls
CHT: 1080108 total sec, 25 avg sec, 1408 max sec
This shows I have 14 calls right now and have had as many as 29 since the last counter reset.
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