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CIsco ASA 5510 fire wall problem

My 6 client PCs are getting the data from one server through this ASA 5510 firewall. Now i am facing the problem as clients are not failed to connect to get the data. once if i powered off and then power on the fire wall, clients are starting to ge the data, but it last for few minutes. then again same problem. There is no problem with the ethernet cable connecting Firewall output and switch. Could you please suggest some solutions?

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Hi Thangaraj_j,

Can you provide the topology of your setup? Can you provide also the following:

- running configuration of the ASA
- ip address of the server (what kind of server is this? what tcp/udp port does it use)
- show xlate
- show con
- show log

Just a quick try, have you tried clearing the translation and the arp table?

commands to do it:

clear xlate
clear arp
clear local

Let me know and if it still doesn't work, try to ping the server from the pc clients and see if ping does work. (you need to allow icmp to pass thru in case you are denying it for testing purposes) Just send me the additional information given above.


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ex_ocsic_cat

Posted on Nov 22, 2008

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