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sol13390: The tmsh connection table command output may display entries as 'any6.0'
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Original Publication Date: 02/16/2012
Updated Date: 05/27/2016

Known Issue

When viewing the BIG-IP connection table, the system may erroneously append .0 to any6 connection types. This issue occurs when all of the following conditions are met:

  • You are viewing the BIG-IP connection table with the tmsh show sys conn command.
  • You have instances of any6 connection types.
  • Earlier BIG-IP versions display the connection as any6:any.




As a result of this issue, you may encounter the following symptom:

  • any6:any connections will be displayed as any6.0

    For example:

    any6.0 any6.0 tcp 1 (tmm: 2)
    any6.0 any6.0 tcp 1 (tmm: 3)
    any6.0 any6.0 tcp 0 (tmm: 0)



F5 Product Development has assigned ID 378204 to this issue. F5 has confirmed that this issue exists in the products listed in the Applies To box, located in the upper-right corner of this article. For information about releases or hotfixes that resolve this issue, refer to the following table:

Type of FixFixes Introduced InRelated Articles
Release11.2.0SOL2200: Most recent versions of F5 software


No workaround is necessary. You can safely ignore this issue.

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