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Cisco Bug: CSCuj09444 - ASA:Difference in replication result of initial sync and boot sequence

Last Modified

Apr 16, 2020

Products (1)

  • Cisco ASA 5500-X Series Firewalls

Known Affected Releases

8.2(5) 8.4(7) 9.0(4) 9.0(4.24) 9.1(5.12) 9.1(5.19)

Description (partial)

When <CmdBold>"snmp-server enable traps snmp"<noCmdBold> parameter is disabled in Active ASA
(that parameter is enabled in default),
<CmdBold>"no snmp-server enable traps snmp"<noCmdBold> command is no longer reprecated to Standby.

In case of initial synchronization (when enabling <CmdArg>failover<noCmdArg> command in both firewall),
<CmdBold>"snmp-server enable traps snmp"<noCmdBold> parameter still remains in the running config of Standby ASA.
But in case of config synchronization just after boot sequence,
<CmdBold>"snmp-server enable traps snmp"<noCmdBold> parameter is not existed in the running config of Standby ASA.

This activity is confirmed in any release of ASA Software version 8.2, and also 8.4(7).
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