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nat ip pool usage

Assumption & belief :: a single ip address can have a max nat connections of 64,000
FACT :: My FW version is less than 5.6
I want to see the current usage for my nat pool below
    edit "nat-pool-abc"
        set startip
        set endip
To date i have tried
# diagnose firewall ippool stats
Total 0 ippool is allocated.
Total 0 client host is online.
Total 0 natip is allocated.
Total 0 PBA is allocated.
Approximate 0 PBA is allocated in 1 second before.

#diag firewall ippool list
I thought i could use
diagnose sys session filter
diagnose sys session list | grep -c
But the figures i get back are far higher than the max nat port usage of 64,000
I find it difficult to believe there is no way to see the usage of my nat ip pool, even if i have to look at each IP address within that pool individually with a diagnose filter.

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    Re: nat ip pool usage 2019/10/08 13:39:19 (permalink)
    I know this is an old thread but nevertheless for the benefit of anybody "googling":
    try the diag firewall ippool-all tree; for example,
    diag firewall ippool-all stat
    This works only in 5.6.1 or higher.
    post edited by jonathandl - 2019/10/08 13:44:43
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