Cisco Bug: CSCul41447 - ASA: Memory leak with WebVPN and HTTP server enabled simultaneously
Nov 27, 2020
- Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) Software
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Symptom: If an ASA with WebVPN enabled also has 'http' commands configured, the ASA will see a memory leak each time WebVPN is disabled and re-enabled. The total bytes consumed by the 65536 binsize in the output of 'show memory detail' will continue to rise. Conditions: This can be triggered either through manual configuration on an Active firewall, or through the use of the 'write standby' command on a Standby firewall (note that 'write standby' should not be used under normal circumstances).
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