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Find out number of sessions or TCP connections on my Aruba switch

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  • 1.  Find out number of sessions or TCP connections on my Aruba switch

    Posted May 20, 2022 02:58 AM
    Hi experts,

    I have an Aruba 5400 switch acting as a L3 core. Do you know how to find out the number of current sessions or TCP connections? I don't know any command for this. Even I am monitoring the device by PRTG-SNMP, I look at tcpCurrEstab OID, which shows the "The number of TCP connections for which the current state is either ESTABLISHED or CLOSE-WAIT.", according to the documentation, but the numbers are not convincing at all (around 20). I tried to see the tcpConnectionTable OID which shows "A table containing information about existing TCP connections.", but this OID is not shown by PRTG, even I am importing the MIBs correctly. Any tip?


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  • 2.  RE: Find out number of sessions or TCP connections on my Aruba switch

    Posted May 23, 2022 04:02 AM
    Hi every one,

    Any tip?

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  • 3.  RE: Find out number of sessions or TCP connections on my Aruba switch

    Posted May 23, 2022 08:17 AM
    Hi Julian,
    there is no command to get this information. What you can do, do a Port-mirror on the interesting Ports and investigate the data with Wireshark.

    Regards
    NYX

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    Markus Huether
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