I have a Cisco Security Manager that i use to make changes on 2 corporate firewalls. The idea is that both firewalls will get the same set of rules applied to both when making any changes.
I am trying to push a VPN update to both today. One takes the changes ok but the other one is saying it is out of band. It also said to send a file to Cisco:
' Task for ASA-Bretland started at 11-Mar-2010 16:31:37 PST Deployment failed due to an internal error in plugin com.cisco.nm.vms.provision.pix.ravpn.RaVpnServicePlugin. Please Select Tools->Security Manager Diagnostics and send the file to the Cisco Technical Assistance Center. Task for ASA-Bretland ended at 11-Mar-2010 16:31:57 PST '
Anyone have any quick win ideas. Usually it pushes across no problem.
Deployment failed due to an internal error in plugin com.cisco.nm.vms.provision.pix.ravpn.RaVpnServicePlugin. Please Select Tools Security Manager Diagnostics and send the file to the Cisco Technical Assistance Centre
Maybe i just need to send the 40 mb file over to Cisco Tac
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