Technical Documentation

Stateful Firewall Operational Mode Commands

Table 1 summarizes the command-line interface (CLI) commands you can use to monitor and troubleshoot stateful firewall services. Commands are listed in alphabetical order.

Table 1: Stateful Firewall Services Operational Mode Commands

Task

Command

Clear stateful firewall flows.

clear services stateful-firewall flows

Clear stateful firewall Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) call information.

clear services stateful-firewall sip-call

Clear stateful firewall SIP register information.

clear services stateful-firewall sip-register

Clear stateful firewall statistics.

clear services stateful-firewall statistics

Display stateful firewall conversation information.

show services stateful-firewall conversations

Display stateful firewall flow information.

show services stateful-firewall flows

Display stateful firewall SIP call information.

show services stateful-firewall sip-call

Display stateful firewall SIP register information.

show services stateful-firewall sip-register

Display stateful firewall statistics.

show services stateful-firewall statistics

Display statistics information for the application protocol SIP.

show services stateful-firewall statistics application-protocol sip

Note: Stateful firewall services are supported on the adaptive services interface on the following routers:

  • J Series routers—sp-pim/0/slot
  • M Series and T Series routers—ms-fpc/pic/port, or sp-fpc/pic/port

Stateful firewall services are also supported on the redundant adaptive services interface (rspnumber) on M Series and T Series routers. For information about how to configure stateful firewall services, see the JUNOS Services Interfaces Configuration Guide.


Published: 2010-04-28