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Release 8.0(3) vs 8.0(2)

I'm currently running a Pix 525 with a failover. I'm on version 7.2(2) not sure which version to upgrade to? Has anyone had any experiences with 8.0(3) or 8.0(2) good or bad. thanks

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Re: Release 8.0(3) vs 8.0(2)

I believe the release notes say if you're not running SSL vpn then you should stay with 7. I haven't had problems with either on ASA.

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Re: Release 8.0(3) vs 8.0(2)

Hi,

I recently upgraded from 7.2 to 8.0(2) on a ASA 5510 and I had some problems with concurrent ipsec connections. Some of the connections were randomly refused. I had no time to stay on the problem becouse it was a production ASA, so i downgraded to 7.2(3)version and everything worked just fine.

Please come back if you experienced anything interesting after the upgrade.

Thanks,

Oszkar

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Re: Release 8.0(3) vs 8.0(2)

I don't have any experience with 8.x, but I happened to read this in the 8.0(3) release notes last nite:

"SSL VPN customers are encouraged to upgrade to Version 8.0(3)."

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/security/asa/asa80/release/notes/arn803n.html

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Re: Release 8.0(3) vs 8.0(2)

ASA software is super buggy, so if it's not broke, don't fix it.

We've standardized on version 7.2(3).

Unless you need the features of a newer release, I'd leave it as-is.

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Re: Release 8.0(3) vs 8.0(2)

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