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Cisco 2851 SSL VPN freeze.

Posted on 2011-09-19
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This is a bit of an obscure one...  Over the weekend, we had our Cisco 2851's flash memory fill completely.  This hasn't lead to a disastrous down event, but what did happen is the SSL VPN stopped functioning.  We noticed that the flash is full and assume this is the issue.  We had to pull the memory card to break the read only status on the offending file, and then deleted it.  However, with space available on the flash drive again, we're still not sure how to make the SSL VPN webpage come back on, and get the SSL VPN services working again.  We could restart it, but with 350 locations relying on the router and it's VPN connections, this isn't a great option.  Anyone know of a way to get these services working again?
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Well, we figured it out actually.  To fix it i removed the webvpn gateway and webvpn context.  Then when we added it back, it started working agian.
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