In my company, there is a local network with a ASA 6.03 server and clients which can access it without any problems. Week ago, we connected with another LAN using router. I tried to connect the clients on the new LAN with our ASA server, but without any success. I tried dbping, but it is unable to recognize the server (name)
dbping -c "eng=asa_name;links=tcpip(host=ip_add;port=263 8)"
I tried to ping it using DSEDIT, I managed it, but the problem is how to connect to ASA server (database), using DSEDIT and ASA 6.03 server. Please send me your suggestions.
[SIZE=1]Originally posted by willy_and_the_ci
DSEDIT is not used to connect to an ASA database.
Not really true : you can configure the ASA OPenServer to be used by ct-isql. So the ping using dsedit is valid to check when the server is listening in a specific port of the given host.
But definitely prefer the pure ASA tools to check ASA...