Unable to see Current connection output of DOS Statistics.

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Rajendranahak
L2 Linker

Unable to see Current connection output of DOS Statistics.

Bellow are the output.

 

PA-FW1 vsys4(active)> show dos-protection rule internet statistics

Rule: VDI-to-internet, idx: 0, id: 2
Classified profile: DOS-Classified
Classification Criteria: destination-only
Action: protect
Log Forwarding profile: default


Classified profile: DOS-Classified
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
tcp-syn
current: 0, dropped: 0
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
udp
current: 0, dropped: 0
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
icmp
current: 0, dropped: 0
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
other-ip
current: 0, dropped: 0
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
icmpv6
current: 0, dropped: 0
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
sessions
current: 990, dropped: 0
ip tracked: 2, ip blocked: 0
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 

My i know how i will see the value of udp,icmp etc.

 

Lots of of tcp session is showing In session filter of destination ip which has called in DOS rule.

RK
reaper
L7 Applicator

how did you configure the DOS rule ?

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Alex_Kras
L1 Bithead

 Friends,

I have the same problem and can't find an answer for a couple of days.

I can show my configuration, maybe someone will tell me what to do next.

DOS Profile:

Alex_Kras_0-1617370962470.png

DOS rule:

Alex_Kras_1-1617371052395.png

Trying to run a several "ping" commands from two different sources (3 icmp form one source and 4 from the second source)

CLI shows me this result:

Spoiler

show dos-protection rule "Test DOS Protection" statistics

 

Rule: Test DOS Protection, idx: 0, id: 1

  Classified profile: Test_DOS

  Classification Criteria: source-and-destination

  Action: protect

  Log Forwarding profile: 

 

 

Classified profile: Test_DOS

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

  tcp-syn

   current:             0,      dropped:             0

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

  udp

   current:             0,      dropped:             0

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

  icmp

   current:             0,      dropped:            69

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

  other-ip

   current:             0,      dropped:             0

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

  icmpv6

   current:             0,      dropped:             0

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

  sessions

   current:          32,      dropped:             0

   ip tracked:         18,      ip blocked:          0

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Yes, it shows me dropped packets. But my guess is that I should see 3 icmp in the current section as I am constantly using these 3 pings which do not exceed the limit specified in the DOS profile.

 

 

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