Question on result of packet-tracer debugging

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Hi All,

I'm trying to figure out a problem on a 5505.

I've created a static mapping and adjusted the acl on the outside interface to accept traffic for the public ip address in the mapping.

When I run the packet-tracer to verify if traffic is allowed to use the static, all steps are allowed, till the last bit.

The output ends with Drop-reason: (no-adjacency) No valid adjacency.

The asa can ping both source and destination, so I'm a bit baffled.

Posting the config is my preference, but this one is quite extensive and editing all the addresses is too time exhausting in this case. Sorry about that.

Your thoughts on this matter are appreciated.

I have this problem too.
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Kureli Sankar Thu, 01/28/2010 - 06:35

Would you pls. try a "clear local x.x.x.x" for the ip that you added a static for and try the same thing?


The issue has been resolved.

The ip address this trace was going to has been configured on a new interface. This interface had not had a nat statement added for it.

That was step one.

The adjacency error may have been resolved this way, or this happened after I removed the ospf cost natotations which were present on the vlan interfaces, I'm not sure on this one.

TAC was very helpfull as always, if not very easy to understand because of the persons pronounciation problems.......

Case closed.


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