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how to find device neighbors from the asdm interface for the pix

I am able to get to my pix using the asdm, I looked around the interface did not see where it can show me other cisco devices on the network? trying to get my topology going. I am thinking it should be on there somewhere just like on the router there is a show neighbor command. 

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how to find device neighbors from the asdm interface for the pix

Cisco firewalls do not do CDP if that is what you are looking for.

If this is eigrp or ospf neighbor then, you can do that via CLI.

Once you telnet or ssh to the firewall you can issue "sh eigrp nei" or "sh ospf nei"

-Kureli

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Re: how to find device neighbors from the asdm interface for the

ASA firewall being a security device does not run Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP).  You need to run it (sh cdp nei) from a switch or a router on the inside of your network to find out about other cisco devices.

-Kureli

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Cisco Employee

how to find device neighbors from the asdm interface for the pix

Cisco firewalls do not do CDP if that is what you are looking for.

If this is eigrp or ospf neighbor then, you can do that via CLI.

Once you telnet or ssh to the firewall you can issue "sh eigrp nei" or "sh ospf nei"

-Kureli

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how to find device neighbors from the asdm interface for the pix

it did not show anything when I typed in that command, is there a command for me to see the other devices on the network like the switchs, routers and firewalls?

Cisco Employee

Re: how to find device neighbors from the asdm interface for the

ASA firewall being a security device does not run Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP).  You need to run it (sh cdp nei) from a switch or a router on the inside of your network to find out about other cisco devices.

-Kureli

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