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Concentrator:  Monitoring Packets on an Interface

Posted on 2007-03-21
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Hello Experts,

I have a VPN Concentrator 3005 and of course new to this device.  I was wondering if their is a way to capture packets like in a PIX or ASA devices to determine that the packet is definitely reaching the interface.  If so, can you provide a link for the instruction.

As always, thank you for your time on this matter.
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hi coperator
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Sorry - hit enter a bit early :-)

Yes you can do this - go into the the web admin screen and go to :
Monitoring
Filterable event log
live event log
Make a few attempts from your client and then click on "Pause display" as you may have a lot of output depending on your site.

Find your source ip in the output and you're on your way to troubleshoot it.

hope this helps
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