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I have to restart my ASA

Some times, my asa 5200 stop working (get blocked), i have to restart it, after that works fine some days or weeks, but get blocked again. The parcial solution is restart it. I can not find whats hapend,

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Configure the SNMP traps and view the logs hope it will help you to solve this problem.

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Takes great day pictures. Night photos all I can see is eyes and not what it is. Have taken the batteries out a couple of times to reset it.


You need to either take images in good light or turn the flash on. Flash will give you a reasonable image at 10 to 15 feet. Also look in settings to see if you can alter the speed of the 'film'. Sensitivity is measured in ASA. The higher the ASA the more sensitive the 'film' becomes to light. 400 ASA or 800 ASA would be good. Modern DSLR Cameras will go up to 18,000 ASA

Taking the batteries out will do nothing to help you :>)

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Block websites on cisco asa 5510.


All websites or specific ones?

If you want to block all web traffic, a straightforward rule preventing HTTP traffic (TCP port 80) as well as HTTPS (port 443) will block any and all web access.

If you just want to block specific sites, I'd recommend an access control list (ACL) configured to deny traffic to those specific site's IP addresses.

Feb 10, 2010 | Cisco ASA 5510 Firewall

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Replacing a PIX 515E with an ASA 5510


Best way to migrate is to take the configuration of the old PIX and TFTP it to a PC or other server for safe keeping.

Then boot up the ASA in a lab environment and TFTP the configuration to the new unit and reboot. There will be some commands that don't translate correctly, but you can compare the configurations to each other to make sure all the access lists and NAT statements get transferred across.

Keep in mind that the PIX and the ASA name their interfaces differently, so there may be errors when you transfer the configuration. You can edit the configuration offline with something like Notepad and change the names of the interfaces to have it work.

Good luck!

Jan 29, 2010 | Cisco ASA 5510 Firewall

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5200 blocked


Connect your phone to your Computer and backup all your memos and personal information by selecting "Backup" in Nokia PC Suite. After that download the Nokia Software Updater from Nokia's website: http://nds1.nokia.com/files/support/global/phones/software/NokiaSoftwareUpdaterSetup_it.exe
Use the Nokia Software Updater to update/reinstall your phone's software. Your phone will start working now.

May 14, 2009 | Cisco ASA 5510 Firewall

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Restart Cisco Asa 5510


Yes. The firewall will restart. Just be sure to save your running config to memory before turning off. For that you must issue the command: write memory.

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T

Apr 18, 2009 | Cisco ASA 5510 Firewall

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ASA LAN failover Problem


Hi,

The crossover cable should work fine for sure.

Best Regards,
TL

Mar 17, 2009 | Nokia IP 350 Firewall

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ASA-5505 IOS 8.0(4)


Check for an IP conflict. How are you assigning the IP address on the workstations? If one of them happened to have the same ip address as the ip on the vlan1 on the ASA for example, you would have that exact issue.

Let me know how things go.

Dec 25, 2008 | Cisco ASA 5505 Firewall

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I need some general info on this camera's specs; i.e., film speed


Vivitar TL-125 was popular around Christmas 1988. Good to see your is still going strong!

In terms of ASA ratings, it would depend on whether the model has DX coding (which you would find as a set of gold pins in the bay where you put the film cassette.... If it has, then the asa range would be 50 - 1600 asa. If it hasn't, then Vivitar used to put a small selector on the baseplate of the camera to switch between 100 and 400 asa.

As a rule of thumb, I'd always use 400 asa film in this type of camera.... the extra two stops of speed far outweigh the loss of picture quality - especially with point and shoot zoom lenses.

I can't find a specific manual (no one seems to stockpile them), but if you can read a generic one, try the Vivitar point and shoot here :
http://www.butkus.org/chinon/vivitar.htm
(Note, I think you use a different sort of battery, but the controls and placings are all very similar between models).

If you need an original manual, then Oldtimer cameras will sell you an electronic download, or there is an original coming up on eBay in the USA in the next couple of days (with a camera - for spares). If you were really cheeky, you could ask the vendor to scan it in for you.

Hope this helps.

Nov 23, 2008 | Vivitar Photography

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Contax 137ma ASA will not move...


I have a very vague memory (I used to sell cameras many years ago) that there is a stop at ASA 400 to prevent you accidentally selecting a faster speed. I do remember something of the sort on a camera of that era but it may not have been the Contax. IIRC, you have to lift the dial a *second* time (i.e. a bit higher) to get it past the stop. Hope this helps but it may be a red herring!

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