You dealing with O365 too? Are you just looking for the overall number of established TCP connections on the box? If so you can use the command below and look for the line "connections established" under TCP (see below). It appears that it's what the Dashboard uses for the graph labeled "Proxy Connections (in/out) shown at the bottom of this post.
If you don't mind my asking how many O365 users are you dealing with? I'm looking for another McAfee customer who is looking at rolling this beast out using MWG as the proxy solution. Any help would be appreciated.
[root@A46DINTW05 mwg]# netstat -s
80248051797 total packets received
328235 with invalid headers
0 incoming packets discarded
80247722813 incoming packets delivered
76065649823 requests sent out
1498 reassemblies required
749 packets reassembled ok
1203667 ICMP messages received
38393 input ICMP message failed.
ICMP input histogram:
destination unreachable: 1193276
timeout in transit: 8392
echo requests: 1928
timestamp request: 15
address mask request: 42
38506 ICMP messages sent
0 ICMP messages failed
ICMP output histogram:
destination unreachable: 36986
echo replies: 1505
timestamp replies: 15
2429921680 active connections openings
4641063085 passive connection openings
44422462 failed connection attempts
180682871 connection resets received
6785 connections established
80010185743 segments received
90111669401 segments send out
626984291 segments retransmited
15899443 bad segments received.
312936067 resets sent
With the command "mwg-core -S connections" I can not only see how many connections are open, but also how long they have been in use and what amount of data flows over each individual connection. Unfortunately, the 3 columns listed above in the first post do not open up to me.
Unfortunately, you can't see a connection in the proxylog until it is closed. In my opinion it would be useful if there is a possibility to manually terminate an existing connection in the Gui.....
Not familiar with this command. Do you just run it from the CLI? Do you have to be in a particular directory?
and yes you have to run this from CLI.
Am I missing something? This is what I get...
[root@A46DINTW10 /]# cd /opt/mwg/bin
[root@A46DINTW10 bin]# pwd
[root@A46DINTW10 bin]# mwg-core -S connections
-bash: mwg-core: command not found
/opt/mwg/bin/mwg-core -S connections
./mwg-core -S connections
or you have to add /opt/mwg/bin to your path