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Cisco Bug: CSCuq40844 - Packet tracer doesn't work for ASDM version 7.3(1)

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Apr 19, 2017

Products (1)

  • Cisco Adaptive Security Device Manager

Known Affected Releases

7.3(1)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
On running packet tracer using the packet-tracer tool in ASDM 7.3(1) , the below mentioned error appears - 

packet-tracer input DMZ tcp inline-tag -1 4.4.4.4 65000 130.111.205.1 80 xml

Conditions:
ASDM software version 7.3(1)


1)When using ASDM 7.3(1) with ASA 9.1(5) , we encounter this error. Also, there is no option for an inline tag in this ASA version.
2)When using ASDM 7.3(1) with ASA 9.3(1), we encounter the same error. This version of ASA supports inline tag but the value -1 cannot be used.
3)When using ASDM 7.3(1) with ASA 9.1(3), we encounter the same error.
4)When we downgrade the ASDM to 7.2(2) with ASA 9.1(5), the packet tracer seems to be working fine.
5)Packet tracer works fine with ASDM software versions below 7.3(1)

Related Community Discussions

packet-trace bug in asdm 7.3(1) running 9.3(1) on an ASA5555-X
I've discovered a bug in the newly added SGT option when running a packet trace using ASDM. When you do not want to add or use the SGT number (leaving it unchecked), the command sent to the ASA5555 includes invalid syntax: packet-tracer input outside tcp inline-tag -1  10.19.23.45 80 192.168.1.1 25567 xml The "inline-tag -1" should not be included when the SGT number option is not selected and since it is, with an invalid number, the packet-trace fails every time. Command line works fine without ...
Latest activity: Oct 29, 2014
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