FAQ

How do I display a summary of Idle flows through my PacketShaper?

FAQ ID:    FAQ2113
Version:    2.0
Status:    Published
Published date:    05/04/2012
Updated:    09/17/2013
 

Answer

When troubleshooting performance issues it is often useful to identify how long flows have been idle.

At the command line, enter the following to give a summary of idle TCP and UDP flows;

traffic flow -tuo

You can tune idle TCP timeouts with the following command, the default is 0, as there is no timeout.

sys set tcpIdleTimeoutmins <numeric>

You can tune idle UDP timeouts with the following command, the default of 60 minutes is recommended.

sys set ipdgIdleTimeoutMins <numeric>

For non-tcp/udp flows, the following command is available, the default of 60 minutes is recommended.

sys set legacyIdleTimeoutMins <numeric>


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