Cisco Bug: CSCvt41357 - "no logging permit-hostdown" does not block connections when syslog host is inaccessible
Sep 19, 2020
- Cisco ASA 5500-X Series Firewalls
Known Affected Releases
9.12(3) 9.12(3.2) 9.13(1) 9.13(1.2) 9.14(0.110)
Symptom: The ASA will fail to block traffic if the TCP syslog host (receiver) is inaccessible to the ASA. Conditions: Logging enabled in the ASA configuration ("logging enable"). At least one syslog host configured with TCP transport ("logging host [interface] [ip address] 6/[port]"). The command "logging permit-hostdown" absent from the ASA configuration.
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