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I think I know the answer to this, but questioning it as I am implementing something which is dependent on me being correct. If a connection is established from Inside to Outside successfully, will that traffic be allowed back into the ASA due to it ...

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Hi I'm deploying 2 ASA clusters onto the same LAN segment in multi-context mode.  When creating the interface and assigning it to the context it seems as though the ASAs have used the same MAC on each pair.  Where can I go to change this so that fai...

Hello, I acquired an old Cisco 506e firewall and it has an enable password set on it. The firewall used to be in a production environment where I work, but has been sitting on the shelf for several years. I wanted to get some hands on practice with f...

Hei Everyone Im managing multiple Cisco ASAs, ranging from 5555X to 5505, and all in between. Currently I am using the GIthub project Oxidized for configuration backup and pushing to Gitlab for changelog and storing of configuration. (https://github...

Hi I have a ASA 5545 with version 9.4(2)11 in routed mode And I have problems with the Global ACL. I started with ACL's on the interfaces and that works fine. I put an ACL's on the interfaces with the lowest security and I use the ASA default that tr...

We are looking at replacing our old Cisco ASA firewalls with the ASA 5545X with firepower IPS, URL and AMP in a active/standby configuration. I have attached our topology, which is HQ and three remote sites. All servers and network resources (includi...

I purchased a Cisco 5506 - x on Amazon and I am now looking for a certified partner so I am able to download my patches. I have contacted 3 in my area and they are not familiar with what to do with a ASA that has been purchased from Amazon. I find it...

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