Cisco ASA Audit Event: 302016

Cisco ASA Events

The logs of network perimeter devices such as firewalls, antivirus applications and intrusion prevention systems contain crucial information that helps to pre-emptively block security attacks and breaches. Hence, it's mandatory for you to monitor and audit these logs. Because Cisco ASA provides the combined functionality of all the three, it becomes all the more important to monitor its logs. 

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Cisco » 302016: Teardown UDP connection

302016: Teardown UDP 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-6-302016: Teardown UDP connection number for interface :real-address /real-port [(idfw_user)] to interface :real-address /real-port [(idfw_user)] duration hh :mm :ss bytes bytes [(user)].

Event 302016 is generated when a UDP 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.

How could you resolve this situation?

This event does not require any action.

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