Try as I might using the commands "hw-module module 1 recover configure" and "hw-module module 1 recover boot" and specifying the correct IP address internal to our network and pointing it to a TFTP server, I cannot get the following image:
to upload or take on the SSM module.
I have followed the following URLs and their suggestions, but am not having any luck initializing the module.
Thanks for the reply. I have performed the reset command numerous times. I know the nmodule is NOT hot swappable and had to shut down the firewall to install it. The module is NOT faulty and the firewall is also NOT faulty.
I have tried also the recover, shutdown, reload and every other possible combination. Just wondering if I missed something or if there is a syntax option I was unaware of.
Also, based on what I posted should I be seeing the Software Version listed? Is it possible the module was shipped without software and in order for it to load it needs the software loaded? Any other instructions available to explain how to load the software?
I will attempt to reseat the module later this evening after hours as that appears to be the only other alternative at this time.
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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...