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Connection Issues with ASA

Connection Issues with ASA

Connection Issues with ASA

I have CM4.0 using Site adminsitration 5.2 SP 5. I configured the VLAN's so that i can manage our data and Voice from one vlan. After assinging a seperate default gateway to our voice servers, I am able to ping and pull up the web interface of our voice servers via a desktop from the data VLAN. When i try to connect using ASA 5.2 SP 5, it gives me a "network connection failed". I used the Virtual IP address which in this case is the active server (which i can ping). Am I missing something? Do i need to add the default gateway to the CLAN card? Any help is appreciative! Thanks in advanced.

RE: Connection Issues with ASA

Did you use port 5022 or 5023 ?

RE: Connection Issues with ASA

5022. Does the CLAN cards need to be set to the new default gateway?

RE: Connection Issues with ASA

I added default Gateway to the CLAN and still no luck. As of right now, i can ping both S8700 Severs. Any other ideas? Thanks!

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