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SSH into Linux Server become slow after change to ASA from PIX

Hi Guys,

Need assistant here,after change from PIX to ASA when remote ssh into the linux server behind the ASA become extremely slow compare to using PIX. Is it a hardware issue or configuration issue. Need help asap.

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Re: SSH into Linux Server become slow after change to ASA from P

Hi,

maybe it's just a speed or duplex mismatch between ASA and switch or linux box if it's direct attached.

Check the interface counters (errors and collisions) on the ASA

CLI:

sh interface xxx

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Re: SSH into Linux Server become slow after change to ASA from P

Hi,

Originally all my speed and duplex between ASA and Switch or linux box is been configure to different speed and duplex. But since then I had set to the same across all the devices to speed 100 Full duplex. But the problem still persist. Strange is that when I check the ASA interface counters there is zero errors and zero collisions.

Please advice

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Re: SSH into Linux Server become slow after change to ASA from P

Also you need to indicate if it's slow to connect and then normal speed once connected, or if it's slow transfer speed once connected...

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Re: SSH into Linux Server become slow after change to ASA from P

Hi cmcbride,

Can you explain me if it's slow to connect and then normal speed once connected.

Can you explain to me if it's slow transfer speed once connected.

Solution to the above scenarios.

Appreciate a reply.

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Re: SSH into Linux Server become slow after change to ASA from P

service resetinbound (or resetoutbound)

service resetoutside

see if those commands help. it's probably an IDENTD issue.

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