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fangfang
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Where to find the ssl inspection statictics?

Hi All:

I'm using 81E and did some https traffic, and saw re-signed ca from captured packets. And I wanna know which command can find the ssl inspection statistics. I got one, but I'm not sure what stand for "C" and "T". Is "C" for current? what's for "T"?:

FGT81ETK19002696 # diag ips ssl sta ------------------ SSL configuration -------------------- Bypass:                    false Session resumption:        true -------------------- SSL statistics --------------------- SSL transactions: C/T/E/S   SSL v3:  0/0/0/0   TLS 1.0: 0/0/0/0   TLS 1.1: 0/0/0/0   TLS 1.2: 3312629/3335323/0/0

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darwin_FTNT
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C - completed transactions, e.g., ssl server replied end of session

T - number of transactions, e.g., ssl hello message started

E - exempted transactions from ssl, e.g., addr, whitelist, ip geography, fqdn

S - PTS (protected the server) mode

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darwin_FTNT
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C - completed transactions, e.g., ssl server replied end of session

T - number of transactions, e.g., ssl hello message started

E - exempted transactions from ssl, e.g., addr, whitelist, ip geography, fqdn

S - PTS (protected the server) mode

fangfang

Thanks for your reply. PS: do you know where to find the dpissl connection counter? For examples, https access to https://www.google.com from lan to wan and it's supposed there's one dpissl connection. Where can I find the counter?

 

Thanks

darwin_FTNT

Can try 'diag ips ssl status':

Packet Modes: 

 Dry run:                   0    --> ssl inspection mode is read-only  Inline:                      0    --> ssl inspection mode is active, read/write traffic  Dynamic to dry:        0    --> switch to read only mode  Dynamic to inline:      0    --> switch to read/write mode  Inline offload:            0    --> ssl inspection detached from inspection

 

The above stats is for flow-based utm mode which is done by ipsengine daemon. For proxy-based utm mode, check 'diag wad stats' output, which is done by wad daemon. By default, utm profiles are flow-based in latest firmware.