11-17-2011 03:01 AM - edited 03-11-2019 02:52 PM
Can u anybody explain what do mean by saA when show connection details command is excuted.
11-17-2011 05:21 AM
You can follow this command reference for the connection flags:
Hope that helps.
11-17-2011 05:39 AM
I geeting the below output
tcp outside 10.17.x.x :3389 inside 172.18.x.x :3166 idle 0:00:00 bytes 0, flags saA
from the above output i think syn request is going to 10.17.x.x but there is no response from that server is it correct ?
11-17-2011 06:05 AM
Standard TCP protocol requires that the receiver respond to an initial SYN packet with a SYN ACK.
The flags saA indicate that we saw a SYN from an inside client and are awaiting the SYN ACK (sa) from the outside host
and then the ACK (A) from the inside host in response to the SYN ACK.
11-17-2011 06:17 AM
so that is what i want to know request is going from inside but there is no response from outside (far end)
is it correct
11-17-2011 06:20 AM
11-17-2011 09:04 PM
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