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asdm group command

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This command causes the my manamenet software to think there is a new version of configurtion, and to save the configuration. Is there anything that can be done on the Firewall side? I am already looking at somehow ignoring it on the management software side.

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Re: asdm group command

Here is the command for asdm group (8.0) :

asdm group real_grp_name real_if_name

asdm group ref_grp_name ref_if_name referencereal_grp_name

Where the

real_grp_name is the name of an ASDM object group.

real_if_name is the name of the interface to which the specified object group is associated.

ref_grp_name is the name of an object group that contains translated IP addresses of the object group specified by thereal_grp_nameargument.

ref_if_name is the name of the interface from which the destination IP address of inbound traffic is translated.

I hope it may help you .

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