Palo Alto 10.0.6 5220 and 'show session all filter min-age'

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Palo Alto 10.0.6 5220 and 'show session all filter min-age'

L2 Linker

Hello All,


Just wondering if 'show session all filter min-age 4000000' displays relevant information. We have around 3200 sessions in session table at average, but when I am trying to look for long-lived or even stuck(?) connections number using command above, it shows me around 200 connections. But if I take one of those 'old' ones number and view it via 'show session id X' - it will show that actual start date of this connection is... today.


Is there a discrepancy somewhere or am I missing something?


We are checking some weird issues and idea was that one of the sessions might be just stuck in a session table, causing appliance to consider that as a reuse and drop underlying traffic.




L7 Applicator

IF I am hearing you correctly, there appears to be an "old" session, but when you go to get the details about it, it shows as still a current connection?

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