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I need your support urgently as I've a problem in the connection between 2 servers. Here's the below when the connection became down, but this is from the other side so I can't identify what is it ? Ping, Telnet or Trace... I know the operation of all of them but I'm confused what is this about.

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Thanks in advance and will wait your reply.

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All the packets in your capture are SYN packets. It is the first step of the process of establishing a TCP connection.

It seems one one device try to establish a connection with a server, and the server doesn't respond, and the device keep trying.

Why the server doesn't respond, we cannot say, it can be a firewall rule or the service on the server that doesn't work properly.

You could check the there's actually something listening on the TCP port involved with the netstat command and check your application log.

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  • Thanks for your reply, really appreciated , Actually the setup is < Linux Server -- GW ----- FW -- Server > The linux server is trying to connect to the Server , When this connection is down , I can ping normally from FW to GW and the IPSec between them is up, so I consider from this point that the connection between GW and FW is stable, so as you mentioned may be the problem in the service itself ? What is your recommended TSHoot for this issue ?? – Sara Hussein Feb 17 '17 at 8:22
  • I would perform a capture on the server itself to see A ) if incoming packet are coming through, B) if the server send a response. If A is OK and B is KO then investigate on the server. If both are OK, look on all intermediate network device to check where packets are dropped – JFL Feb 17 '17 at 8:41
  • Thanks a lot :) adding to that also, there are many linux servers are communicating with this server [ those linux servers are in different networks ] ... also when the connection is down , the VPN is up but no sessions are received from the linux server so I [ as a FW ] can reach GW only as VPN is up and can ping it as well. so A & B options are not applicable in this update..... – Sara Hussein Feb 17 '17 at 12:19

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