Unable to assign ACL to interface device [Cisco] IP [X.X.X.X]
i upgraded my sensor from 2.5(1)S3 to 3.0(1)S4, now i keep getting the following error in error.managed : Unable to assign ACL to interface device [Cisco] IP [X.X.X.X] if [FastEthernet0/0], Connection lost to net device X.X.X.X. I can log into the router and see the access-lists IDS_FastEthernet0/0_in_0 and IDS_FastEthernet0/0_out_0 that it creates, but they never get assigned to an interface. Sorry for posting so much, new to Cisco IDS.
Re: Unable to assign ACL to interface device [Cisco] IP [X.X.X.X
sure...This is the hostname: hiss1_t3_sprint_7206vxr# This is the prompt in config mode: hiss1_t3_sprint_7206vxr(conf)# And this is the prompt in interface config mode for FastEthernet0/0: hiss1_t3_sprint_7206vxr(conf)#
Let me try to shorten the name and see if that helps.
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