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Cisco ASA blocking website

Posted on 2012-04-02
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Hello,

It appears our Cisco ASA is blocking users from going to a certain website. I confirmed it's not DNS/Network related.

I believe it may have to do with the IPS module however; not too sure. Can someone point me in the proper direction on where I can begin troubleshooting this?
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Get the IP address of the website that is being blocked.
Log into the Cisco ADSM and click on Monitoring
Click on "Logging" on the bottom left.
Change the buffer limit to 2000 and click on "View" button.
Window will and just type in IP address of website in the "Filter by" box and click on the filter button.
Now you will see only the traffic going to the IP you specified.
Have a user attempt access and review messages that appear.
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