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Connection limit log

real_ever_21524
Nimbostratus
Nimbostratus

I've set a connection limit for a cluster node, which triggers periodically. It looks like this:

 

01200017:4: Warning, pool member IP 1.1.1.1 port 80 for pool /PR/eeee.com has reached its connection limit.

Now, how can I determine the number of unique users denied by this limit? Thank you.

 

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Ustapon
Nimbostratus
Nimbostratus

I have this issue too.

You could go with LB_FAILED event and capture the required info via loggings.

LB_FAILED do gets triggered when connection limit is increased.

 

Later use the logs and figure out your unique source ip's or if logs are forwarded to some external app's like splunk, filter it there to find the unique sources.

Lidev
MVP
MVP

Hi,

 

You can display LTM connexions with the TMSH command show sys connection, more details in links below :

K40033505: Explaining the output of tmsh show sys connection

K53851362: Displaying and deleting BIG-IP connection table entries from the command line

 

Regards