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Securing the Network in Oracle® Solaris 11.3

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Updated: September 2018
 
 

How to View State Tables for IP Filter

Before You Begin

You must become an administrator who is assigned the IP Filter Management rights profile. For more information, see Using Your Assigned Administrative Rights in Securing Users and Processes in Oracle Solaris 11.3.

  • View the state table.
    # ipfstat

    Note -  You can use the –t option to view the state table in the UNIX top utility format.
Example 20  Viewing State Tables for IP Filter

The following example shows state table output.

# ipfstat
bad packets:            in 0    out 0
 IPv6 packets:          in 56286 out 63298
 input packets:         blocked 160 passed 11 nomatch 1 counted 0 short 0
output packets:         blocked 0 passed 13681 nomatch 6844 counted 0 short 0
 input packets logged:  blocked 0 passed 0
output packets logged:  blocked 0 passed 0
 packets logged:        input 0 output 0
 log failures:          input 0 output 0
fragment state(in):     kept 0  lost 0  not fragmented 0
fragment reassembly(in):bad v6 hdr 0     bad v6 ehdr 0  failed reassembly 0
fragment state(out):    kept 0  lost 0  not fragmented 0
packet state(in):       kept 0  lost 0
packet state(out):      kept 0  lost 0
ICMP replies:   0       TCP RSTs sent:  0
Invalid source(in):     0
Result cache hits(in):  152     (out):  6837
IN Pullups succeeded:   0       failed: 0
OUT Pullups succeeded:  0       failed: 0
Fastroute successes:    0       failures:       0
TCP cksum fails(in):    0       (out):  0
IPF Ticks:      14341469
Packet log flags set: (0)
        none