Query of the number of sessions on the web UI for the USG2000&5000 series

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Query of the session table on the web UI for the USG2000&5000 series
Choose Firewall > Monitor > Session Table to view the number of sessions.

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Restricting the number of overall sessions through the web UI on the USG2000&5000 series
The USG2000&5000 series devices support configuring the number of global connections through the web UI. 1. Set interface IP addresses and assign the interfaces to security zones. 2. Configure interzone packet-filtering rules to ensure normal communication. a. Choose Firewall > Security Policy > Forward Policy. b. In Forward Policy List, click Modify to the right of Implicit of untrust->trust. c. On the Modify Forward Policy, set Action to permit. d. Click Apply. 3. (Optional) To restrict the number of connections of a certain application, such as P2P, configure this item. a. Choose UTM > Application Control > Policy. b. Select Enable of Application Control Function. c. Click Apply. 4. Configure and apply traffic limiting policies. a. Choose Firewall > Traffic Limiting Policy > Settings. b. Select the Enable check box to the right of Traffic Limiting Policy. c. Click Apply. 5. Create a global traffic limiting class. a. Choose Firewall > Traffic Limiting Policy > Global Traffic Limiting. b. Click the Global Traffic Limiting Class tab. c. Click Add in Global Traffic Limiting Class List. d. Enter or select the following parameters: -Name: Indicates the name of a global traffic limiting class. -Reference Mode: Indicates the reference mode of the global CAR class. Exclusive: If a traffic limiting policy that exclusively references a CAR class, the limits, such as the maximum bandwidth, committed bandwidth, and number of concurrent connections, defined in the CAR class take effect only for the traffic that matches the traffic limiting policy. Shared: If a CAR class is referenced in multiple traffic limiting polices that are applied to different security zones or in different directions of the same security zone, traffic that matches either of these policies shares the limits, such as the maximum bandwidth, committed bandwidth, and number of concurrent connections, defined in the CAR class. -Max. Number of Connections: Indicates the maximum number of connections for the interzone. e. Click Apply. 6. Create a global traffic limiting policy and reference the global traffic limiting class. a. Choose Firewall > Traffic Limiting Policy > Global Traffic Limiting. b. Click Add in Global Traffic Limiting Policy List. c. Enter or select the following parameters: -Source Zone: Indicates the source security zone of the global traffic limiting policy. -Destination Zone: Indicates the destination security zone of the global traffic limiting policy -Source Address: Indicates the source address of the global traffic limiting policy. -Destination Address: Indicates the destination IP address of the global traffic limiting policy. -User: Indicates users or user groups matching the global traffic limiting policy. You can view all the existing users or user groups in the drop-down list. The users must be authenticated or exempted from authentication. -Application Protocol: Indicates the application protocol matching the global traffic limiting policy. -Service: Indicates the service type of a global traffic limiting policy. The parameter defines the port range of the UDP or TCP service, ICMP message type and message code, and protocol number of the IP service. -Schedule: Indicates the time range during which the global traffic limiting policy is valid. -Action: Indicates the control action performed on the traffic matching the global traffic limiting policy. -Description: Indicates the description of a global traffic limiting policy. The description distinguishes the policy from other policies. -Global Traffic Limiting Class: Indicates the class referenced by a global traffic limiting policy. d. Click Apply.

Query of the number of sessions on the web UI for the USG6000 series
You can query the session table on the web UI for the USG6000 series. Choose Monitor > Session Table to view the number of sessions.

Restricting the number of per-IP sessions through the web UI on the USG2000&5000 series
The USG2000&5000 series devices support configuring the number of per-IP connections through the web UI. 1. Set interface IP addresses and assign the interfaces to security zones. 2. Configure interzone packet-filtering rules to ensure normal communication. a. Choose Firewall > Security Policy > Forward Policy. b. In Forward Policy List, click Modify to the right of Implicit of untrust->trust. c. On the Modify Forward Policy, set Action to permit. d. Click Apply. 3. (Optional) To restrict the number of connections of a certain application, such as P2P, configure this item. a. Choose UTM > Application Control > Policy. b. Select Enable of Application Control Function. c. Click Apply. 4. Configure and apply traffic limiting policies. a. Choose Firewall > Traffic Limiting Policy > Settings. b. Select the Enable check box to the right of Traffic Limiting Policy. c. Click Apply. 5. Create a per-IP traffic limiting class. a. Choose Firewall > Traffic Limiting Policy > Per-IP Traffic Limiting. b. Click the Per-IP Traffic Limiting Class tab. c. Click Add in Per-IP Traffic Limiting Class List. d. Enter or select the following parameters: e. Click Apply. 6. Create a per-IP traffic limiting policy and reference the per-IP traffic limiting class. a. Choose Firewall > Traffic Limiting Policy > Per-IP Traffic Limiting. b. Click Add in Per-IP Traffic Limiting Policy List. c. Enter or select the following parameters: d. Click Apply.

Query of the number of sessions on the CLI for the USG2000&5000 series
Run the display firewall session table command to view the number of sessions. display firewall session table Current Total Sessions : 7

Browsers supported by the web UI of the USG2000&5000
Browsers supported by the web UI of the USG2000&5000 and browser settings: The Web system supports multiple browsers. You can log in to the web system through either Firefox 3.0 (or later versions) or the Internet Explorer 6.0 (or later versions). Note: 1. When you log in to the web system by using the Internet Explorer 8.0 or 9.0, to make sure that contents can be properly displayed on the web page, select ToolsCompatibility View in the menu bar. 2. When you use the Internet Browser, do not set the security level too high; otherwise, the web page cannot be displayed. If you use the web proxy to access the web system, select ToolsInternet Options Advanced on the menu bar, and select Use HTTP 1.1 through proxy connections. Otherwise, the web page cannot be displayed. The previous options are examples from IE 6.0. 3. If you use Firefox, select Tools OptionsContent on the menu bar and select Enable JavaScript. Then select ToolsOptionsPrivacy, Accept cookies from cites, and Accept third-party cookies. Otherwise, the web page cannot be displayed. The previous options are examples from Firefox 3.6. 4. The web platform does not support the backward, forward, refresh buttons on a browser. If you use these buttons, the web page may return to the login page. 5. To ensure the normal display of the page after the version upgrade, you are advised to clear the browser cache and cookies and then access the page. Internet Explorer 6.0 is used as an example. On the menu bar of the Internet Explorer browser, select ToolsInternet Options. In Temporary Internet files on the General tab page, click Delete Cookies. Then click OK. In Temporary Internet files on the General tab page, click Delete Files. Select Delete all offline content and click OK.

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