Cisco Bug: CSCsy90215 - in ThreatDetection when enabling TCP-intercept, default values are blank
Nov 10, 2016
- Cisco Adaptive Security Device Manager
Known Affected Releases
6.1 6.2(1) 6.3(0.54)
Symptom: When we enable TCP-Intercept in ASDM from the Threat-Detection config screen, the 3 boxes for "Monitoring Window Size", "Burst Threshold Rate" and "Average Threshold Rate" are empty instead of being filled with the default values. This prevents the user from just enabling the feature and applying (because then he gets a warning that the 3 values cannot be blank). Conditions: Enabling the TCP-intercept feature from ASDM without setting customized values and without pressing the "Set Default" button.
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