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Fw shows log-302016: Teardown UDP connection 5765275 for outside: to inside: duration 0:02:01 bytes355

Posted on 2007-10-08
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Last Modified: 2008-01-09
cisco pix 506 e in log shows--
302016: Teardown UDP connection 5765275 for outside: to inside: duration 0:02:01 bytes355
what does this mean
Question by:mahesh1818
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It means there was a UDP packet from port 4928 to port 389 which the PIX permitted and then automatically created an entry in its translation table to permit any replies.
Once there hasnt been any data flowing over that session for a configurable amount of time it removes the entry from its translation table and creates that message.
Basically its normal operation.

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