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  1. Hi Rene !

    Are you using GNS3 beacuase i have some truoble to get the config saved. After i reopen it doesnt stay.


  2. Hi Oskar,

    I use Cisco VIRL for pretty much all labs nowadays, including the ASA labs.


  3. Hi, Rene
    How are you? I have similar topology at work and issue we see is remote end db servers SQL db servers makes call to collect logs from home office SQL db server and sometimes it droops. End to end host connectivity is there as well as IPSEC is all up, VPN is up too. Even I see net flow via LIVE action network analyzer tool.

    From home office ASA 5505, I have loggedout /in site to site vpn session which reestablishes with in 30 se . ASDM packet tracer would isolate issue ? I am not sure if that could be something high on CPU or memory to spike ?
    Would Clear connection and clear xlate would help?
    is it service affecting event?
    Is there any other test or troubleshooting would you suggest on intermittent drop like this?

    Thank you

  4. Hi Shraddha,

    Are you still having issues?

    Something you might want to check is if you have SQL inspection enabled on your ASA. I've had issues with this before with Oracle database servers. This is something you could see in ASDM packet tracer. In my case I noticed some unusual TCP sessions that were resetted immediately.


  5. Hi Rene
    Thank you for update. I missed this question you posted. sorry for delay in reply.
    Issue got resolved.

    Thank you

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