Application Incomplete - Leading causes?

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L3 Networker

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thanks fo the advice.

I cant see anything on the output thats helps so far

..and there was nothing in the session window, no session at all, so i guess the handshake never completes, i take it we can confirm the handshake never completes.

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L6 Presenter

sessions won't be built if we're dropping packets. global counters should be run consistently/repeatedly w/ hope of determining reason for dropped packets. The last screen shot unfortunately doesn't give you nor us insight.

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L3 Networker

ok, well, ill try harder to catch something with the counters. If I cant catch anything, ill call in, thanks for the help.

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L6 Presenter

Hopefully those delta counters can give us a clue. Focus on dropped packets via the following:

admin@Phoenix-VM-Lab148> show counter global filter delta yes packet-filter yes severity drop

Global counters:

Elapsed time since last sampling: 3.307 seconds

name                                   value     rate severity  category  aspect    description

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flow_rcv_dot1q_tag_err                   627      189 drop      flow      parse     Packets dropped: 802.1q tag not configured

flow_no_interface                        627      189 drop      flow      parse     Packets dropped: invalid interface

flow_host_service_deny                     1        0 drop      flow      mgmt      Device management session denied

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Total counters shown: 3

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