I am looking for redundant asa deployment for fail over set up . however both units have csc cards. does this product ASA5510-CSC10-K9 has license for fail over ? what's the part no for asa failover license ?
I have a running ASA5520 in my network and recently we plan to add a failover pair as a standby unit for the running asa. Both of the ASA have the same specs and software. the only thing that the soon to be secondary ASA does not have is the AnyConnect Essential license. is it still possible for the unit to be the standby unit?
below is the license capture from both of the unit.
Running ASA: Licensed features for this platform: Maximum Physical Interfaces : Unlimited Maximum VLANs : 150
According to the link here:[URL]Starting with Version 8.3(1), it no longer needs to install identical licenses. Typically, we only buy a license only for the primary unit; for Active/Standby failover, the secondary unit inherits the primary license when it becomes active.So I wanna know if there's some additional configuration to synchronize the licenses such as SSL VPN or Context between the primary one and the second one? Or they can just synchronize by default as soon as I finish the failover configuration and when the primary one gets down, the second one will take over the role including licenses automatically?
According to Cisco, one of the ASAs must have an Unrestricted License [URL]:
"On the PIX/ASA Security appliance platform, at least one of the units must have an unrestricted (UR) license. The other unit can have a Failover Only Active-Active (FO_AA) license, or another UR license. Units with a Restricted license cannot be used for failover, and two units with FO_AA licenses cannot be used together as a failover pair."I am unfamiliar with the different ASA licenses, so with my current license, I am unable to enable failover on my two ASAs. Here is a snippet of the "show version" output on one of my ASAs (they are the same as far as licenses go):
We apply a new anyconnect mobile license to our primary asa 5520 and the failover feature went into an off state. WE have now applied a second purchased anyconnect mobile to our secondary asa but the failover is still inactive/off.
bcoh1fw50# sh failover state State Last Failure Reason Date/Time This host - Primary Disabled Ifc Failure 14:43:21 EST Jan 30 2013
Our customer has purchased 2 x L-ASA-AC-E-5520= Anyconnect Essentials VPN Licenses (750 Users)Ive installed both activated licenses as per the cisco guides, I didnt get any errors on the install. I did a reload on both, they are both back up and running as active/standby but when I do a sh ver the license still shows "ASA 5520 VPN Plus License"Am I being dumb and has this worked successfully or should it not now display Anyconnect when I do a sh ver?
I am quite new to firewall, in my company one asa 5510 firewall is there.I configured inside, outside, dns, dhcp and nating.I need to config bandwidth limit (1Mbps) for inside port and I restruct like facebook, youtube and pornsites..And I heard that some subscription is required, really is it required?
Configured ASA 5510 ISP failover and working fine.My ASA as configured as DHCP server also. So its serves IP addressing details including mask,default-gateway, DNS server IPs.Here my issue is whenever my ISP failover occurs my ASA sends previous ISP DNS server IPs to my inside clients.
Here i like to configure my ASA to serve IP addresses dynamically.Or is there any global DNS IP addresses which will work for all ISPs?
I have a two ASA HA and I'd like to upgrade the license to ASA5500-SSL-250. I need to know if i have to purchase one license (ASA5500-SSL-250) for the Active unit and one license (ASA5500-SSL-250) for the standby unit.
1) Will I be able to update firmware (from 8.2 to 8.3 or higher for example) without smarnet for ASA 5510? And what can not I do without smartnet? 2) I have only AIP-SSM-10 module to this asa 5510. is there a smartnet for it, too? And when I buy only module is there build in a 1 year subscription for IPS signatures? 3) If I have Cisco ASA 5510 base license, will my IPS on AIP-SSM-10 work? 4) Also I'm planning in a year buy one more 5510 with same module and put ther in failover. Will I really need Security Plus license for failover (Active/Standby)? For Active/Active I know that I need one, yes?
I have a problem with ASA5510 CSC10 license renewing. Initially, we had CSC license with 500 seats, and renewed it to 250 seats. After that every time it shows that license expires day before today.(for example if today is 4 April it show that license expires on 3 April).
Clicking on "Check Status Online" didn't work. What can correct this problem ?
Can I run Cisco ASA failover with dual ISP run active/standby configuration and SLA monitor to monitor the primary ISP gateway and failover to the secondary gateway but not failover to the failover firewall unless an actual event occurred that required a ASA failover?
I have two ASA 5510's that I want to setup in a Active/Standby configuration. My only question is on how to connect the inside ports to my LAN. I have 5 Catalyst 3750's stacked together that connect to the ASA's. Should I run the inside interface on ASA1 to a port on switch 1. Then run the inside interface on ASA2 to a port on switch2? And make sure both those ports are in the same VLAN? But, then when failover occured, how to I automatically make it clear the arp cache so the traffic starts flowing out of the right port?
I have a customer with two ASA 5510s. All four ports are used by the following interfaces: inside, outside, dmz, and failover. This customer is looking at getting redundant internet connections, but we don't have any ports to the redundant connection. What I'd like to know is it possible to configure sub interfaces on one of the currently occupied ports (I'm thinking inside) and use one for inside and one for failover. This way I could have the other port free for the redundant internet connection.
We are going to buy a new Firewall ASA5510 to use failover possibilities.I just need to be sure it will be possible to implement as I have the following output after a "show ver" command: Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance Software Version 8.3(1) [code]
As you can see the failover line is set as "Disabled perpetual".We are actually using base license as i have not been able to find any contact for CISCO to get official support or new license.
I have a customer who has purchased a Cisco 5510 and after we received it and all the necessary VPN, 3DES etc. licensing for it, then informed us that they order 2 T1 lines so they can have Internet failover.
My question is: Does this require an additional specialized license from Cisco in order to enable and configure it? And if so, what that part number is?
I am planning to achieve the failover either of the following ways -
1) Configuring both ASA FW as active/standby method .
2) configuring ASA FW 1 tracking command pointing to the ISP end ip address so the traffic would be moved to secondary firewall by putting a AD as 1 on ASA FW ......pointing to the ISP ip address and other floating route ( with a higher AD value) to the secondary firewall interface.
i read that you need only one L-ASA5510-SEC-PL for setting up a Active/Standby Failover. I installed the license on the 1st ASA and tried to setup the failover via the ASDM wizard. It always fails, because the 2nd device can't have a 'base' license.So does this mean, i really need another license?
I have two ASA 5510, The one which I just got shows the CPU speed to be 1599MHz While the previous device (which is also 5510) reads the CPU as 1600 MHz.According to Cisco, for Failover redundant configuration, both devices must have same hardware configuration. Technically, this slight difference should not be an issue but I need to confirm that thess devices will work fine with failover configuration.
I have ASA 5510 connected as shown in attached diagram.Ideally when ASA 1 is active and if I boot Switch-1, ASA-2 shood take over. But that is not happening.When I boot SW1 , ASA-2 shows "Failover LAN Interface: failover Ethernet0/0 (Failed - No Switchover)" and remains standby.Fail over works properly If ASA-1 boots.
i have a couple of ASA 5510 in Active/Failover configuration. Failover LAN is configured on management0/0 e the ASA are connected with a back-to-back direct cable.
ASA has an interface in access mode inside with standby ip address and show failover is compliant with expected result in show failover (Normal)
ASA-PRIMARY# sh failover Failover On Failover unit PrimaryFailover LAN Interface: LANfailover Management0/0 (up)Unit Poll frequency 1 seconds, holdtime 15 secondsInterface Poll frequency 5 seconds, holdtime 25 secondsInterface Policy
I am adding a failover asa to an a firewall that is already in production. They are both 5510's, they both have the same abount of ram, have the same code versions. Will there be any downtime while adding the secondary in?
I have Asa 5510 with base license and no 3des free license installed on to it.Will it be required for both the licenses to be installed on it for site to site tunnels to establish.This firewall is not taking the below commands to give and the tunnel is not getting through.tunnel-group x.x.x.x type ipsec-l2ltunnel-group x.x.x.x ipsec-attributes.
I would like to order module card CSC-SSM with premium plus license but i don't know which part number with have : Plus license: Adds anti-spam, anti-phishing, URL blocking/filtering and content control
i saw part number ASA5510-CSC10-K9 but it standard license and it dont'have adds anti-spam, anti-phishing, URL Blocking/frltering and content.
I have a ASA 5510 with Security Plus License and when I looked at the devices a few days ago I had 2 contexts, however after configuring the Mgm port as a regular port the contexts show 0, why? I can not find any post on the internet where this issue has happen: here is the output from show ver:
Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance Software Version 7.0(8) Compiled on Sat 31-May-08 23:48 by builders System image file is "disk0:/asa708-k8.bin"
What I am attempting to do is setup snmpv3 on two failover 5510's .The problem I am running into, the snmp management software rejects one of the devices as it sees it as having a duplicate engine ID since the two devices share the same config. Would like to know how this would work in an active/active setup being able to poll both devices.
we are running two failover pairs of asa (5510, 5505) in two different locations in active/standby configurations.Is it possible to access the inside ip of the standby unit via vpn terminated by the active unit? It's only for monitoring.With our configuration here it is not.Is that possible in general?