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Monitoring Flow Session Identifier Session

To view information about the session, select Monitor>Security>Flow Session Statistics in the J-Web interface. Then select session identifier from the Session Filter list and click Show. Alternatively, enter the following CLI command:

show security flow session session-identifier session-identifier

Table 18 summarizes key output fields in the flow session identifier session display.

Table 18: Summary of Key Flow Session Identifier Output Fields

Field

Values

Additional Information

Flow Session Statistics: session filter—session identifier

Session ID

Number that identifies the session. Use this ID to get more information about the session.

 

Status

Session status.

 

Flag

Internal flag depicting the state of the session, used for debugging purposes.

 

Virtual system

Virtual system to which the session belongs.

 

Policy name

Name and ID of the policy that the first packet of the session matched.

 

Maximum timeout

Maximum session timeout.

 

Current timeout

Remaining time for the session unless traffic exists in the session.

 

Start time

Time when the session was created, offset from the system start time.

 

Duration

Length of time for which the session is active.

 

In

For the input flow:

  • Source and destination addresses and protocol tuple for the input flow.
  • Interface: Input flow interface.
  • Session token: Internal token derived from the virtual routing instance.
  • Flag: Internal debugging flags.
  • Route: Internal next hop of the route to be used by the flow.
  • Gateway: Next-hop gateway of the flow.
  • Tunnel: If the flow is going into a tunnel, the tunnel ID. Otherwise, 0 (zero).
  • Port Sequence, FIN sequence, FIN state, Cookie: Internal TCP state tracking information.
 

Out

For the reverse flow:

  • Source and destination addresses and protocol tuple for the input flow.
  • Interface: Input flow interface.
  • Session token: Internal token derived from the virtual routing instance.
  • Flag: Internal debugging flags.
  • Route: Internal next hop of the route to be used by the flow.
  • Gateway: Next-hop gateway of the flow.
  • Tunnel: If the flow is going into a tunnel, the tunnel ID. Otherwise, 0 (zero).
  • Port Sequence, FIN sequence, FIN state, Cookie: Internal TCP state tracking information.
 

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