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Udp Access denied by ACL

Posted on 2006-07-14
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Hello all
I am having issues with my PIX 515e.  Every couple hours it does a reboot.  I try to log what happens, but can't pin point the problem.  I do get many of UDP access denied errors.  I was wondering if this could be forcing a reboot.

UDP access denied by ACL from 192.168.2.90/137 to inside:192.168.2.14/137


The logs are full of these.  Any help would be appreciated.
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These are nothing more than Netbios broadcasts on the local LAN that the PIX is ignoring. Absolutely typical traffic on any Windows network.
You can easily set your PIX logging to ignore this event # and clean up the logs..
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>Every couple hours it does a reboot.
Not a good sign. Possible power supply going bad. Hope you have SmartNet!
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