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Getting %ASA-4-400010 error in ASA 5520 log

Can anyone tell me what the below means and what I need to do to clear up the error on my ASA 5520

70.89.133.222 = Gateway Routed Interface

70.89.122.217 = Comcast WAN Interface Gi0/2

Jun 25 2008 13:14:42: %ASA-4-400010: IDS:2000 ICMP echo reply from 70.89.133.222

to 70.89.133.217 on interface Comcast

Jun 25 2008 13:14:42: %ASA-4-400010: IDS:2000 ICMP echo reply from 70.89.133.222

to 70.89.133.217 on interface Comcast

Jun 25 2008 13:14:42: %ASA-4-400010: IDS:2000 ICMP echo reply from 70.89.133.222

to 70.89.133.217 on interface Comcast

Jun 25 2008 13:14:42: %ASA-4-400010: IDS:2000 ICMP echo reply from 70.89.133.222

to 70.89.133.217 on interface Comcast

Jun 25 2008 13:14:43: %ASA-4-400010: IDS:2000 ICMP echo reply from 70.89.133.222

to 70.89.133.217 on interface Comcast

Jun 25 2008 13:14:43: %ASA-4-400010: IDS:2000 ICMP echo reply from 70.89.133.222

to 70.89.133.217 on interface Comcast

Jun 25 2008 13:14:43: %ASA-4-400010: IDS:2000 ICMP echo reply from 70.89.133.222

to 70.89.133.217 on interface Comcast

Jun 25 2008 13:14:43: %ASA-4-400010: IDS:2000 ICMP echo reply from 70.89.133.222

to 70.89.133.217 on interface Comcast

Jun 25 2008 13:14:43: %ASA-4-400010: IDS:2000 ICMP echo reply from 70.89.133.222

to 70.89.133.217 on interface Comcast

Jun 25 2008 13:14:43: %ASA-4-400010: IDS:2000 ICMP echo reply from 70.89.133.222

to 70.89.133.217 on interface Comcast

Jun 25 2008 13:14:43: %ASA-4-400010: IDS:2000 ICMP echo reply from 70.89.133.222

to 70.89.133.217 on interface Comcast

Jun 25 2008 13:14:43: %ASA-4-400010: IDS:2000 ICMP echo reply from 70.89.133.222

to 70.89.133.217 on interface Comcast

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Re: Getting %ASA-4-400010 error in ASA 5520 log

ip audit signature 2000 disable

Have a look at:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/security/asa/asa72/command/reference/i3_72.html#wp1728128

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Regards

Farrukh

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