Cisco Firewall :: ASA5512-X Losing Connection To IPS Sensor?
Sep 30, 2012
I have a new 5512-X with the built in IPS sensor. The firewall is running in transparent mode with the management interface being used for both the ASA and the IPS sensor. i.e. a single interface.
Both the IPS and the ASA are configured on the same network segment (172.29.25.252 for the firewall and 172.29.25.250 for the IPS).However the IPS module keeps going off-line whilst the firewall is fine. So CSM Health and Performance Manager keeps coming up with an error.
Now the interesting bit... If I SSH to the firewall and issue a session ips I get straight into the sensor.I can then ping something from the sensor - exit out and the sensor is visible on the network for a while.It then drops again.Is there a keep-alive that I need to configure to get this working properly?
I have purchased the ASA5512-K9 with the CX AVC and Web Security Essentials L-ASA5512-AW1Y as recommended by a Cisco pre-sales representative and my reseller for my environment. I had previously believed from the documentation on the Cisco site that all X generation models had the CX software included on them in the state that they are sold. Now in trying to configure the ASA5512, and with further reading of the setup documentation, I have discovered that I do not have the capability to access the CX functionality with this model 'as is', and this combination does not appear to be appropriate. It appears that the CX software module is not actually included on the ASA5512-K9 model, but rather only on the ASA5512-SSD120-K9 model.
If it is, should I exchange the ASA5512-K9 for an ASA5512-SSD120-K9 to get the combination of this subscription license and ASA model working. Am I correct in that the ASA5512-K9 model does not have a solid state drive on it already and so I can not download and install the CX software on it? As an alternative, is it possible to purchase a Cisco solid state drive seperately, plug it into the ASA5512-K9, download the CX software, and then install it on this new drive in the ASA5512-K9?
I have a little problem creating a network infrastucture with an "inside", "dmz" and an "outside" network on my ASA5512-x 8.6(1).
I have have clients and servers with the networks 10.0.1.0/24, 10.0.2.0/24 until 10.0.12.0/24 on my inside interface. Then I have two servers 10.0.254.50/24 for SMTP and 10.0.254.70/24 for HTTPS in my dmz network. The outside interface is one static IP to the Internet.
I have a brand new ASA5512-X running 8.6.1, and am trying to do an initial setup using the Quick Start Guide that came with it. However, the Management Interface is not working. I have a PC connected and set to use DHCP, but the port is not active. I connected a console cable and can see in the config that the interface is shutdown. So I set it to active, and the port is now active, but is not giving out a DHCP address as the guide says it should.I would like to use the ASDM Startup Wizard to configure this device, so how do I get it to work the way the instructions say it should?
I have a client that is running an ASA5512-X. When I initially installed it, they were having issues sending out emails. I disabled ESMTP inspection and thought it resolved the issue. Recently, they upgraded to Exchange 2010 and are still having an issue with some emails getting hung up in the queue. If I watch the ASA when they try to telnet to the external mail servers that do not work, they get a SYN timeout.
I am not sure why this would happen since ESMTP is disabled. They are running 8.6(1) on the ASA.
I have an Acer 7750G, running Windows 7,connected to our home network using a Dynex router. At the moment this is the only laptop in the house that is having problems with connectivity. Starting yesterday, it only connects intermittently. When I run diagnostics, it says the following problems have been fixed but it either solves the problem for a few minutes only or not at all: "Problem with wireless adapter or access point" or "Default gateway is not available".
IPV6 connectivity also shows 'no internet access' and sometimes IPV4 reports no internet. I've unplugged and rebooted the modem and router a few times but that hasn't solved the problem.
Edit: I ran troubleshoot again, and it says the following issue is not fixed: "Wireless Network Connection 2 does not have a valid IP configuration".
I have 2 Laptops connected wirelessly, 1 Vista, the other Windows 7. The Vista laptop seems to be dropping the connection,when I look at 'Network & Sharing Centre on the Vista laptop, it's telling me signal strength excellent but with a red cross indicating there is a break between me and the internet. HOWEVER, the windows 7 laptop (on it now) is working perfectly OK!!
What could b the issue with my internet connection i keep losing the connection every few minutes if im idol on sites not games related i stay connected when i go onto games i start losing the connection. [code]
I recently moved to a new location and my wireless internet disconnects, literally every minute. My roommate never has any issues with his wireless connection, and this is the first time I've had connection issues with this laptop.The provider is Comcast and it runs through a hard wired/wireless modem (no antennas). Our connection is encrypted. My signal strength is always excellent, but still briefly disconnects with a continuous cycle, as it automatically reconnects.
I have att dsl and im using a linksys wireless router and lately my interenet keeps disconnecting. Specifically the little wireless icon in the bottom right of my windows 7 display gets a yellow exclamation mark for about 10-30 seconds then recconects. Its quite annoying and seems to be happening more often now. I have a strange setup on the router, i think its running in bridge mode or something and the modem is doing the actual routing.
mother in law laptop and poor signal. Called d link reset and changed channel to 11. still same issue. oh have also now removed the desktop, was I required to do anything more on the new laptop that may be causing this?
Since upgrading to windows 8 a few days ago my router keeps dropping my connection every few minutes . 4 other pc's in the house are fine. Mine has a wooden floor for the signal to pass through, my wifes which is fine has two walls between her and the router.
my wifes laptop to working better for internet connectivity.Now my mother's is having similiar issues, constantly losing connection and what notI did a couple of scans using the programs that were recommended on that previous threadHere are the logs.
how the CDP device sensor probe works with ISE ?What I am trying to do, is to identify different Cisco Wireless Access Point models (i.e. LAP 1142) with ISE.Since the APs do speak CDP (I can see the AP devices on the switch), this should be possible with the CDP device sensor on the switch, shouldn't it I have done the following so far: Configured the switch to talk to ISE via radius accounting: [code] Should this config make the switch send CDP information about connected devices to the ISE (via radius accounting) ?How do the device sensors work ?
I have been testing my new DCS-942L and found that while the motion detection works great it is sometime hindered by the audio mic setting of motion detection. I have turned down the microphone settings to the lowest (10) and the only difference is miniscule. The camera will still set off the motion detection prior to anyone being in the screen, and if the person enters the screen immediately after the noise the camera will not record the movement.
I have adjusted the sensitivity down to 25% and continued having the issue. I would like to record motion with sound. So either the microphone needs to be able to be adjusted lower, or not set off the motion detector.
I have remote access as I work at home on a government laptop that has Entrust( for security). My IP lapse time is set for 1 hour and every hour I am losing full connection due to having to sign back into Entrust. I need to be able to lenghten my lapse time on my work computer. My other two personal computers are fine with 1 hour as there is no Entrust on either of those laptops.....is it possible for me to change the lapse time to say 12 hours, 1 weeks, whatever??
Outlook keeps losing the connection to the PST file on the server. I then have to close outlook and restart then it works fine. But after a while when I have not looked at it, it loses the connection again and again. I can send and receive e-mail.
My issue is that for as long as I can remember I lose connection temporarily while playing computer games online. It has plagued me through location changes, ISP changes, router changes, and modem changes. What seems to happen is the internet losing connection for a second, causing my computer to reconnect to the server, which takes a few more seconds. This happens at random, and at least twice every fourty-five minutes or so. It happens regardless of the game I'm playing (though I've only tried to recreate it with LoL and Dota 2). For those gamers out there, you can understand how frustrating this could be.I have tried both wired and wireless connection. I am running Windows 7 Studio XPS 435T/9000, and have recently replaced the graphics card
I have this problem of loosing internet connection every 1-2 min. I ping Google and I have a lots of Requested timed out about 7-8 of those then I have a reply for 30 sec than it starts again "...timed out"t first I thought it was a problem from my ISP than I called them they checked and it seems that everything it's OK and their behalf. I keep calling them for this problem and they came changed the cable and the router but the problem keeps going.I've had the same ISP for over 2 years now and I didn't have any problem but has started about 1 month ago. At first I was using a TP-LINK 54M Wireless ADSL2+ Modem Router connected throught Poppe with a username. I thought it was that the modem had the problem but the ISP brought a new modem BILLION and the problem keeps going. I've tried in two different PC's same problem.
So my boyfriend and I just moved and, after struggling with our old wireless router we haven't used in years (pretty sure it was dead), we bought a whole new one in the hopes that starting from scratch would be simpler. It's a Netgear and we were aiming to hook up three devices through it; my laptop, his computer, and our Xbox 360.
He hooked it up no problem and we were using wifi for our computers and one ethernet cable through the router into the Xbox, peach as pie... Except my Toshiba laptop decided to rebel and allow me to use the internet for about five minutes before claiming there's "no internet." The signal says excellent and the little alert symbol keeps appearing and disappearing, but no pages will load. I tried running troubleshooting, but it couldn't identify the problem. Shutting down my laptop and turning it back on seems to be the only way to get it going again for another five minutes until the cycle continues.
Im having problems with some toshiba laptops that arnt showing the SSID for some wireless points in the school. We have had the waps set up with the same ssid so we can walk around and the laptops will connect from one to the other. Its been like this for sometime however some new laptops we have got running windows 7 pro show some of the waps up as "other network" - File attached. The actual SSID on ALL waps is Peel Park WiFi Therefore it keeps losing connection to the wireless points and wont connect to some.
If have this weird problems that everytime that I try to connect on the wifi using my pc it crashes but in a weird manner.let's say i'm playing a game (heroes of newerth or dota) I can't input any command, i can't move my character and a disconnection icon is visible. However I still see everybit of action I see my teamates moves I see them die with no lag, I just can't input anything. [code]
We have a newer linksys router supporting 4 laptops, 2 desktops, 3 iphones, an ipad, an apple tv (also a smart tv, two wifi blu-ray players, but I'm less concerned about those devices). Everything is relatively new (1-2 years old). Most everything is turned on during the day but only a few things may be in use at a time.Many of my devices are loosing connection multiple times per day, my ipad is losing connection every 15 minutes, my apple tv takes a lot of finagling to connect (my level of tech expertise is basically me power cycling everything and prayer). Once my laptops get online, they tend to stick. It seems my apple devices lose signal more frequently.I've updated the firmware on the router and played with wideband settings and channel selection and haven't noticed much difference. I do see a lot of other wifi signals around me. The constant disconnecting has been going on for a couple of months. We have Comcast/Xfinity as our cable provider on 20/MB internet.
I lose every day internet in the same time etc.in 2 pm and tomarow again in 2pm and also i get in the same time etc i lose internet in 2pm and i get internet in 7pm and tomarow again i have caled my ISP and it is not problem whit it also it is not virus.
I am running the below rig and connecting wirelessly via my DSL Router to my Blu-ray player which is connected via HDMI to my TV. Using Windows Media Center I have been recording shows via an OTA antenna. They are in .wtv format and going on the 500GB HDD. Playing these files on my TV has been going well until this week. During playback we frequently lose the connection. I have tried power cycling the router and the player, re-entering my settings in the player and connecting via Cat 6 cable. The only clues I have are that I recently did a second firmware update on my player (did not occur immediately after that) and I sometimes get the following message on the computer... Media Foundation Protected Pipeline EXE has stopped working.
I currently have a Netgear dgn2200 n300 wireless router (acts as a modem, you know all in one thing), and I have configured the settings on it so I can have an open nat type/port forwarded for gaming and so on. I have my xbox and the desktop connected to it via ethernet and my ipod and laptop connected wireless.
The problem is that the internet just drops out for a couple of mins every hour or so whether I or whoever is on it or not. I have tried changing the cables and filter for the phone line but nothing has seemed to work. Occasionally when the internet drops out it doesn't come back on so I have to unplug the router and so on to get it to work.
It's just starting to get annoying getting disconnected so often especially when the router cost like $200 and is supposed to be good for gaming and stuff, and I can't seem to find out why or isolate the problem. My internet download speed is fairly quick (I can get 1.5mb/s say when downloading a movie/hd youtube) and I get 70 GB a month.