Query of the number of sessions on the CLI for the USG6000 series

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Run the display firewall session table command to view the number of sessions.
display firewall session table
Current Total Sessions : 7

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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

Restricting the number of overall sessions through the CLI on the USG6000 series
The USG6000 series devices support configuring the number of global sessions through the CLI. For details, see USG6000 Product Document > Administrator Guide > Traffic Management > Bandwidth Management.

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 CLI on the USG6000 series
The USG6000 series devices support configuring the number of per-IP sessions through the CLI. For details, see USG6000 Product Document > Administrator Guide > Traffic Management > Bandwidth Management.

Stateful inspection configuration on the CLI
Do as follows to configure stateful inspection on the CLI: 1. Run the system-view command to enter the system view. 2. Enable or disable the stateful inspection function as required. - Enable the stateful inspection function. Run the firewall session link-state [ icmp | tcp | sctp ] check command to enable IPv4 stateful inspection. Run the firewall ipv6 session link-state [ icmpv6 | tcp | sctp ] check command to enable IPv6 stateful inspection. - Disable the stateful inspection function. Run the undo firewall session link-state [ icmp | tcp ] check command to disable IPv4 stateful inspection. Run the undo firewall ipv6 session link-state [ icmpv6 | tcp ] check command to disable IPv6 stateful inspection. Note that after the stateful inspection function is enabled, a session can be created only when the first packet passes through the firewall. After the stateful inspection function is disabled, sessions can be created even if no subsequent packets are found.

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