PIX 515 Command

Posted on 2006-07-18
Last Modified: 2013-11-16
What command do I use to reset the interface resets back to zero on a PIX 515?
Question by:rfrick
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ID: 17131064
if you mean go back to factory defaults do this
pix(config)#configure factory-defaults

although it might not be the same if you have 7.x installed on that pix

what exactly are you trying to do

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ID: 17131091
I am trying to just reset the counters for the interface resets. Version5.3
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ID: 17131107
clear counters

This should clear all the traffic stats from the interfaces.

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ID: 17131137
ok, I understand now.

what Rajesh posted is correct

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ID: 17131173
That doesn't work, I just get this prompt:Type help or '?' for a list of available commands
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calvinetter earned 25 total points
ID: 17131181
'clear interface' is what you want (for PIX <7.x)

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prueconsulting earned 25 total points
ID: 17133240
you have to be in enabled + config mode

clear counters <-- Clear interface stats

clear access-list name counters <--- Clears acl counters

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