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ASA error - Communications error: network connection failed

ASA error - Communications error: network connection failed

ASA error - Communications error: network connection failed

(OP)
does anyone get these failures? sometimes i can't use ASA even after it was open all day and worked earlier in the day. I have to completely reboot my PC to get it working again or switch to Putty, which stinks when trying to use it for anything other than very basic troubleshooting.

RE: ASA error - Communications error: network connection failed

If you switch to port 5023 does it work? I've seen similar issues and its always the know_hosts file in ASA. In the ...\Avaya\Site Administration\user folder there is a known_hosts file. Close ASA. Rename the file to known_hosts03012019 or whatever the date is. Then restart ASA. ASA will recreate a new file when you login into CM.

RE: ASA error - Communications error: network connection failed

learnigSkype,
What release of ASA? Does it have the new patches? Look up the two below. They should resolve the issues.

Site_Admin_6_00_007_SP14.03
sp57090

RE: ASA error - Communications error: network connection failed

(OP)
Thanks, I'll try the SP14 patch. renaming files seems like a headache. i don't want to have to constantly do that every time ASA is failing.

RE: ASA error - Communications error: network connection failed

CODE

Are you using server (procr) IP address or a CLAN board IP address?

server procr IP address can use the following hard coded ports:
22   ssh Linux bash
5022 ssh CM Command:
23   telnet Linux bash
5023 telnet CM Command:
80   http web browser
443  https web browser

SAT CM Command: prompt access only using telnet ports 5000 - 9999 - no web access
different ports can be used for security and are hard to guess.
Command: display ip-services

tn799, tn799B, tn799C are throw away boards when upgraded. tn799DP can upgrade FW to resolve lockups.
These all are susceptible to socket / port lockups. reseat CLAN will fix, using another port for work-around
may work as well.

change ip-services                                              Page   1 of   4

                                   IP SERVICES
 Service     Enabled     Local        Local       Remote      Remote
  Type                   Node         Port        Node        Port
AESVCS        y      clanaes1         8765
SAT           y      clanaes1         5023    any             0
SYS_PRNT             CLAN             0       IP              5111
CDR1                 procr            0       eCas_Dallas     9001
SAT           y      CLAN             5119    any             0 


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RE: ASA error - Communications error: network connection failed

Mine does this also but I just close ASA and restart it to resolve it. I recently figured out that by setting up a schedule in ASA to run a alarm report every 15 minutes my connection never drops and I can use ASA when I need it.
The only caveat is I have to close the GEDI window after I'm done or the scheduled task can't run.

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