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Cisco ASA – Console Session via OS X Terminal Application

Impromptu repairs to a Cisco ASA after a strategy meeting today. Allegedly, my customer and the ASA had had an argument at the office watercooler. Something about whether the Three Laws would factor in a fight between RoboCop and the good Terminator. Rash words were exchanged. And as a result, the ASA was now in […]

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Cisco ASA Device Management – Connection Methods

There are 4 methods of establishing a management connection to the Cisco ASA: Console, Telnet, SSH and ASDM. When administering the Cisco ASA, your choice of connection type is probably going to be determined by a few factors: Should the management channel be encrypted? A management connection to the ASA will transmit data such as […]

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Cisco ASA Device Management – Console Connection

A thumping sound from the Netherlands brings me back to the videoconference feed. Five time zones away, my friend Constantijn is putting the smackdown on some bugs in his apartment. He has wandered out of the shot, but his webcam transmits the sound of him swatting at las cucarachas with what turns out to be […]

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