The other day we had a power failure and it broke our ASA 5520. We got a replacement and I placed the config on it. I also used the same cables and ports on the switch to reconnect it.
After clearing the arps on our internet router and our internal router (Default gateway) traffic started to flow.
We tested everything and it?s all up and running.
Now I am all remote and we had someone onsite for smart hands. Before we disconnected the call the person onsite stated there?s something with the ASA
We have the following ports enabled
Gi 0/0 (Outside), Gi 0/1 (Inside) ,Gi 0/2 (DMZ)
Now all 3 of them are plugged into our core switch on Gig ports. On the ASA the inside interface is showing amber. When I do a sh int it?s connected at 1000 and full. All the other interfaces have the same settings. But they all show green and blink. The inside interface is showing amber.
Now everything seems to be working fine. What is causing that port to be amber?
its plugged into my Core switch which is all gig ports. There is no option on the CAT o/s to make it auto. Its all Gig. On the ASA the port is setup to auto/auto. When i do a Show int Gi0/1 it shows its connected at 10000/full.
Now Gi0/2 and Gi0/3 are configured as auto/auto and connected to the same module and they are green and blinking.
I even unplugged one of them and plugged 0/1 into it (On the same port on the core) and it still stayed amber.
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We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
In Syslog I also se...