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I don't believe .rar files are executable. Another way to filter is to point to a dictionary that...
I think the regex is partially wrong. You could write both of your filter statements in one and...
Yes if you want it to or No if you don't! Sticky with aging would allow that MAC to be learned on...
You need to create a full 1-to-1 NAT to the email server. nat (DMZ,OUTSIDE) source static 172.16....
This is a PLC issue, not a configuration issue. The server fails over quicker b/c the NIC's are...
Here's a known working NAT example. ip nat inside source route-map NAT_RULES interface...
Yes, that's what I meant. From 172.16.100.87 are you able to ping 172.16.100.1?
That means none of your internal users are NAT'ing to a public address. What is the client IP you'...
You can access the internet without CBAC, but you will need to create an ACL that will allow return...
You need inspection (CBAC or Zone Base FW). http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/security/ios-...
Take the PAK number on the paper and go to cisco.com/go/license and add it there to get the Control...
Did you add the manager config in the sensor? Are you getting ACL hits on your redirect ACL?
That should work just fine. As long as the subnets don't overlap it will work. HTH
For access policy, I used a time-based ACL on the traffic redirect from the ASA to the SFR module....
You should be good to go and no additional license required for DOM.
A quick fix is to create a second health policy and turn off Interface Status. Then apply this new...
If the MIB doesn't support it, then you'll have to grab the info manually.
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