AIP SSM Command/control Interface is not coming up
Hi to all,
kindly be informed that , i have AIP SSM for ASA, i configured it and its workign fine.but its command control interface is not coming up at all, i connect my lap top direct to AIP management interface but its status is always is down.kindly look at this configuration and guide me how i can communicate with AIP using mangement inerface.
My LapTop ip is 192.168.1.2/24
IPS1# sh ver
Cisco Intrusion Prevention System, Version 6.2(1)E3
Realm Keys key1.0
Signature Update S365.0 2008-10-31
Virus Update V1.4 2007-03-02
OS Version: 2.4.30-IDS-smp-bigphys
Serial Number: JAF1319AJRG
No license present
Sensor up-time is 13 days.
Using 1019777024 out of 2093604864 bytes of available memory (48% usage)
application-data is using 47.1M out of 166.8M bytes of available disk space (30% usage)
boot is using 39.7M out of 68.6M bytes of available disk space (61% usage)
Re: AIP SSM Command/control Interface is not coming up
If the interface won't link Up, then it is likely a cabling problem.
Even with a bad configuration on the AIP you should at least get link UP if your cabling is correct, so I don't think configuration is your problem here.
If I remember right the command and control interface of the SSM is a 10/100 TX interface. When connecting from a laptop directly to the command and control interface it would require a cross over cable rather than the normal straight through cable.
If you don't have a cross over cable, then try connecting the SSM to a switch and see if the SSM will link UP. The switch is designed to internally do the cross over.
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