I am trying to use a class map to select the mac addresses that I will allow but when it comes to the policy map, I do not see any option that says allow. In fact, as soon as I especify the class -map name it comes up with an error about a default class map.
Can someone suggest a better way to allow this access or where am I going wrong with the use of the class-map? Your help is much appreciated.
By the way, the reason I can’t do it at the switches level it’s because they are not managed by me and belong to a service provider. This is why I want to only allow what I know should be allowed to go through our router.
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I need to migrate from C170 to C190 and have already match to the same Firmware Version. I have a question. Is there any method that can export and import the configuration file instead of form cluster ?
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I've fixed this before but now I'm running into a different type of an issue. My firewall isn't booting to the image so I have to keep reloading the image onto the ASA. Any help would be appreciated. Also my Config-Register is set to 0x1. As of right now,...
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