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How to verify operation of a service policy to extend TCP idle timeout

Is there any way to verify the operation of a service-policy that was applied to an interface in order to extend the TCP idle timeout of specified connections?  I mean, beyond waiting for a hour while watching the connection table?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

John

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Re: How to verify operation of a service policy to extend TCP idle timeout

Just answered my own question lol...

 

Example

sh conn detail address 192.168.1.25

reveals

TCP Tunnel1(internet): 192.168.2.3/55851 inside: 192.168.1.25/443,
flags UIOB , idle 14s, uptime 2m5s, timeout 1h0m, bytes 924158

 

 

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Re: How to verify operation of a service policy to extend TCP idle timeout

Just answered my own question lol...

 

Example

sh conn detail address 192.168.1.25

reveals

TCP Tunnel1(internet): 192.168.2.3/55851 inside: 192.168.1.25/443,
flags UIOB , idle 14s, uptime 2m5s, timeout 1h0m, bytes 924158

 

 

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