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ASA 5520 crashing

Posted on 2007-12-06
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batry et al

I just migrated my brand spanking new ASA 5520 into production and the darn thing is rebooting every so often. Running code 7.1(2).  anyone know of any bugs or why this would occur.  Not in a happy mood now
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I had the same problem.  I upgraded to 7.2(3) and haven't had any problems since.
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Yes, I've seen this happen when you have SMTP inspection enabled (which I believe is enabled by default).  That was a problem in that version of code that was fixed in the 7.2x version.
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policy-map global_policy
 class inspection_default
  no inspect esmtp

There is a bug in the esmtp inspection that causes all kinds of weird issues like this.
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by:rootsman26
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Thanks for all the help, i have upgraded to 7.2(3) and this seems to have fixed the problem.
Actually Cisco is the one that told me to upgrade to the 7.1 code. Should have done my Homework and researched it a lil more :)
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