302014: Teardown TCP connection
Cisco ASA is a security device that provides the combined capabilities of a firewall, an antivirus, and an intrusion prevention system. It also facilitates virtual private network (VPN) connections. It helps to detect threats and stop attacks before they spread through the network.
Message: %ASA-6-302014: Teardown TCP connection id for interface :real-address /real-port [(idfw_user)] to interface: real-address /real-port [(idfw_user)] duration hh:mm:ss bytes bytes [reason [from teardown-initiator]] [(user)].
Event 302014 is generated when a TCP connection slot between two hosts is deleted. The message contains information on the:
- Connection identifier.
- Actual socket.
- Lifetime of the connection.
- Amount of data transfered.
- AAA name of the user.
- Name of the identity firewall user.
- Reason that caused the connection to terminate.
- Interface name of the side that initiated the teardown.
How could you resolve this situation?
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