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jwmac
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Show Connections Per Second?

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How can I display the current or historical connections per second for a checkpoint firewall?  I want to say I was able to do this in the past but now I cant find the command.  I have tried cpview,  fw tab -s -t connections, and fw ctl pstat but all those are giving me are concurrent connections. 

 

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HeikoAnkenbrand
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Hi @jwmac.,

you can use "cpview -t".

Then you can use the plus and minus button to scroll back and forth in time. This shows many settings in the history.
Here you can also see the connections per second under "Network > Traffic".

 

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HeikoAnkenbrand
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Hi @jwmac.,

you can use "cpview -t".

Then you can use the plus and minus button to scroll back and forth in time. This shows many settings in the history.
Here you can also see the connections per second under "Network > Traffic".

 

cpview.JPG

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jwmac
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that's it thanks!

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