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Security, hacker detection & forensics FAQ

How to potentially resolve Solid Amber Status Light by hairlessupportmonkey
Posted: 21 Feb 11

I just got back from site a customers ASA and it was totally dead. Nothing on the LAN and nothing from the console.

Power light on, Status light Amber!

So, it got replaced as its out of warranty now.

So, I had a peek inside and noticed a it had a stick 256MB DDR Ram. I thought 'I wonder.....'

I changed it out for a stick I had knocking about....

And low and behold, it sprung to life!!! Hurrah!  

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