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How to find throughput for a palo alto firewall

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How to find throughput for a palo alto firewall

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>show system statistics session we can see real-time throughput value.

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> show session info " output contains current throughput, packet rate etc.
admin@PA-220> show session info

target-dp: *.dp0
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Number of sessions supported: 65534
Number of allocated sessions: 41
Number of active TCP sessions: 14
Number of active UDP sessions: 25
Number of active ICMP sessions: 2
Number of active GTPc sessions: 0
Number of active HTTP2-5gc sessions: 0
Number of active GTPu sessions: 0
Number of pending GTPu sessions: 0
Number of active BCAST sessions: 0
Number of active MCAST sessions: 0
Number of active predict sessions: 0
Number of active SCTP sessions: 0
Number of active SCTP associations: 0
Session table utilization: 0%
Number of sessions created since bootup: 57517
Packet rate: 56/s
Throughput: 62 kbps
New connection establish rate: 0 cps
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Session timeout
TCP default timeout: 3600 secs
TCP session timeout before SYN-ACK received: 5 secs
TCP session timeout before 3-way handshaking: 10 secs
TCP half-closed session timeout: 120 secs
TCP session timeout in TIME_WAIT: 15 secs
TCP session delayed ack timeout: 250 millisecs
TCP session timeout for unverified RST: 30 secs
UDP default timeout: 30 secs
ICMP default timeout: 6 secs
SCTP default timeout: 3600 secs
SCTP timeout before INIT-ACK received: 5 secs
SCTP timeout before COOKIE received: 60 secs
SCTP timeout before SHUTDOWN received: 30 secs
5GC delete timeout: 15 secs
other IP default timeout: 30 secs
Captive Portal session timeout: 30 secs
Session timeout in discard state:
TCP: 90 secs, UDP: 60 secs, SCTP: 60 secs, other IP protocols: 60 secs
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Session accelerated aging: True
Accelerated aging threshold: 80% of utilization
Scaling factor: 2 X
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Session setup
TCP - reject non-SYN first packet: True
Hardware session offloading: True
Hardware UDP session offloading: True
Tunnel acceleration: True
IPv6 firewalling: True
Strict TCP/IP checksum: True
Strict TCP RST sequence: True
Reject TCP small initial window: False
Reject TCP SYN with different seq/options: True
ICMP Unreachable Packet Rate: 200 pps
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Application trickling scan parameters:
Timeout to determine application trickling: 10 secs
Resource utilization threshold to start scan: 80%
Scan scaling factor over regular aging: 8
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Session behavior when resource limit is reached: drop
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Pcap token bucket rate : 10485760
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Max pending queued mcast packets per session : 0
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Refer some links over here

 

https://knowledgebase.paloaltonetworks.com/KCSArticleDetail?id=kA10g000000Clj0CAC

https://www.paloaltonetworks.com/products/product-selection

 

Best Regards,
Suresh
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