Pix syslog meldingen ( Messages 701001 to 709006 )

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Messages 701001 to 709006

Log Message %PIX-7-701001: alloc_user() out of Tcp_user objects

 

Explanation This is an AAA message. This message is logged if the user authentication rate is too high for the PIX Firewall to handle new aaa requests.



Recommended Action:
Enable floodguard with the floodguard 1 command.

Log Message %PIX-7-709001: (Primary) Rep CI ioctl (chars) return chars

Log Message %PIX-7-709002: (Primary) Rep no replication chars

Explanation These messages are failover messages that appear only for developers during the debug testing phase. "(Primary)" can be either Primary or Secondary.



Recommended Action:
None required.

Log Message %PIX-1-709003: (Primary) Beginning configuration replication:
Send to mate.

Explanation This is a failover message. This message is logged when the Active unit starts replicating its configuration to the Standby unit. "(Primary)" can be either Primary or Secondary.



Recommended Action:
None required.

Log Message %PIX-1-709004: (Primary) End Configuration Replication (ACT)

Explanation This is a failover message. This message is logged when the Active unit completes replicating its configuration on the Standby unit. "(Primary)" can be either Primary or Secondary.



Recommended Action:
None required.

Log Message %PIX-1-709005: (Primary) Beginning configuration replication:
Receiving from mate.

Explanation This message indicates that the standby PIX Firewall received the first part of the configuration replication from the active PIX Firewall. "(Primary)" can be either Primary or Secondary.



Recommended Action:
None required.

Log Message %PIX-1-709006: (Primary) End Configuration Replication (STB)

Explanation This is a failover message. This message is logged when the Standby unit completes replicating a configuration sent by the Active unit. "(Primary)" can be either Primary or Secondary.



Recommended Action:
None required.

 

 

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