PIX 515 - how to drop a particular connection

Hi Experts!
I have a question on how to drop an existing connection on the pix without doing clear xlate command as it resets all connections. I would like to reset only one connection from the table. I am using PIX version 7.x.  Please let me know if that is possible.

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Marek
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calvinetterCommented:
hi Marek,  you'd use the 'clear xlate' command but with specific options.
  Example:
  [kill the entry for PAT on outside interface IP 1.1.1.24 using global port 1511]:
clear xlate global 1.1.1.34 gport 1511 interface outside
  Or even more specific (specifying inside host IP & port):
clear xlate global 1.1.1.34 gport 1511 interface outside local 10.0.6.7 lport 2301

  See also:
http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/multisec/asa_sw/v_70/cref_txt/c.htm#wp1841858

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maredzkiAuthor Commented:
calvinetter,
thanks, that is what I was looking for. Also, thank you for the link!
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