Hi Everyone, I want to connect the ASAv to a SMB share in Azure for backup or file tranfer purpos My steps: Create files share within services: Microsoft.Storage Grant read, write, list, delete permissions Retrieve accesskey (key1) and username from Azure share Grant access to storage service in the vnet->subnet of the ASAv's management interface Beware that changing resource access removes public network availabilty Resoving the storage FQDN address points to public IP's Upload file.txt Test ASAv via smb: copy management smb://username:<key1>@host.file.core.windows.net/backup/file.txt flash: Result: %Error opening smb://... (no such file or directory) Test ASAv via https: copy management https://username:<key1>@host.file.core.windows.net/backup/file.txt flash: Result: %Error opening https://... (Success) I noted that the key from Azure is sometimes contain symbols like "+/&" and I believe that might be the issue regarding ASAv. Is there a way to create user credentials seperatly as you have to do it in Linux? I believe one of the options I have to backup is to use the Azure virtual machine backup and restore feature, or deploying a sftp/scp server in Azure. But thanks if somebody has a solution.
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Hello Ronaldo, Do you have changed the AnyConnect XML Profile to support Protocols: IPv6, IPv4 ? Which AnyConnect version do you use 4.6.x or 4.7.x ? I configured SSL-Client and SSL-Clientless on the Connection Profile. I'm not sure how well IPsec / IKEv2 works. I also have a followup issue with IPv6, I configured an A-Record and AAAA-Record, but AnyConnect prefer the A-Record. Even Microsoft ping resolve the IPv6 reach my ASA first. Happy Hunting
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