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ASA 5525-X with Firepower services not showing any interfaces in Firesight Management Center

Hi All,

I have an ASA5525-X (version 9.7.1) with firepower module (version 6.2). I added the ASA to the firesight management center, but I cannot see the interfaces of ASA listed in the Firesight Management Center.Please let me know whether anyone had this issue before.

Thanks and Regards

Shabeeb

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Hall of Fame Master

Have you assigned the Control

Have you assigned the Control license to the ASA FirePOWER module?

Hi Marvin,

Hi Marvin,

I have assigned control, protection, URL and malware licenses.

Hall of Fame Master

Is the ASA in routed mode and

Is the ASA in routed mode and the FirePOWER module inline?

Hi Marvin,

Hi Marvin,

The ASA is in routed mode. Currently I am not sending any traffic to Firepower module.

I tried to downgraded the

I downgraded the sensor software to 6.1.0 , but still the issue remains.

Hall of Fame Master

At ths point, I'd recommend

At ths point, I'd recommend opening a TAC case.

Beginner

Hi,

Hi,

Here the same problem with ASA5508, after update the software version to asa981-lfbff-k8.SPA , the problem was fixed.

Re: Hi,

Hi All,

 

I've FMC version 6.2.3, ASA version 9.8(1) and Firepower  boot image version 6.2.2.

But Same isssue.

Hall of Fame Master

Re: Hi,

You won't see ASA interfaces in FMC when you're managing an ASA Firepower service module. The ASA interfaces are managed from the ASA itself (via cli or ASDM).

 

Only with the FTD image would you also manage the ASA interfaces. 

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Frequent Contributor

Re: Hi,

Hi Marvin,

I am probably not getting your last post: on my FMC 6.2.3 on Device Management when I click on any unit (5525 with Firepower sensor) I am sent into a two tabs menu: Device | Interfaces.
Thoughts?
Hall of Fame Master

Re: Hi,

Assignment of interfaces to zones or inline sets for purposes of the Firepower Access Control Policy is via FMC.

 

Interface management like addressing, etherchannels, redundant interfaces, applying ASA ACL etc. is done from the ASA.

Frequent Contributor

Re: Hi,

That should be "crystal clear"