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Skinny inspect

Hi, i'm running Callmanager behind Cisco ASA 8.0(4) version, remotes parties comunicates well. The problem is that another application recently added needs to run over port tcp 2000 (on another ip address), and it's no working; i suposse this is because of the skinny inspect (enabled in the global policy). If this is true, do i need to disable this feature in the default policy-map global_policy or there is a way of disabling this feature only for the traffic taht i i need?. How will this change affect the telephony?.

Thanks

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Re: Skinny inspect

Hi

You could try the following:

1. create an ACL for traffic you want to enable skinny inspection

2. create class-map to match this traffic

3. In global policy, take the skinny inspection out of the class inspection_default, and add it to the class we created in step 2.

Regards MJ

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Community Member

Re: Skinny inspect

Hi

You could try the following:

1. create an ACL for traffic you want to enable skinny inspection

2. create class-map to match this traffic

3. In global policy, take the skinny inspection out of the class inspection_default, and add it to the class we created in step 2.

Regards MJ

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Re: Skinny inspect

Thank you, know everything is working fine.

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