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Pix error messages, logging

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Cisco Error logging

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System Log Messages
This chapter lists the PIX Firewall system log messages. The messages are listed numerically by message code.


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Note The messages shown in this guide only apply to PIX Firewall version 4.3(2) and later. When a number is skipped from a sequence, for example, 106004 or 110001, the message is no longer in the PIX Firewall code.
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Log Message %PIX-1-101001: (Primary) failover cable OK.

Explanation This is a failover message. This message reports that the failover cable is present and functioning correctly.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-1-101002: (Primary) Bad failover cable.

Explanation This is a failover message. This message reports that the failover cable is present but not functioning correctly.

Recommended Action Replace the failover cable.

Log Message %PIX-1-101003: (Primary) failover cable not connected (this unit).

Log Message %PIX-1-101004: (Primary) failover cable not connected (other unit).

Explanation Both instances are failover messages. These messages are logged when failover mode has been enabled, but the failover cable is not connected to one unit of the failover pair.

Recommended Action Connect the failover cable to both units of the failover pair.

Log Message %PIX-1-101005: (Primary) Error reading failover cable status.

Explanation This is a failover message. This message is logged if the failover cable is connected, but the primary unit is unable to determine its status.

Recommended Action Replace the cable.

Log Message %PIX-1-102001: (Primary) Power failure/System reload other side.

Explanation This is a failover message. This message is logged if the primary unit detects a power failure on the other unit.

Recommended Action Verify that the secondary unit is powered on and that power cables are properly connected.

Log Message %PIX-1-103001: (Primary) No response from other firewall.

Explanation This is a failover message. This message is logged if the primary unit is unable to communicate with the secondary unit over the failover cable.

Recommended Action Verify that the secondary unit has the exact same hardware, software version level, and configuration as the primary unit.

Log Message %PIX-1-103002: (Primary) Other firewall network interface chars OK.

Explanation This is a failover message. This message is logged when the specified network interface, which was previously reported as failed, begins functioning correctly.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-1-103003: (Primary) Other firewall network interface chars failed.

Explanation This is a failover message. This message is logged if the primary unit detects a bad network interface on the secondary unit.

Recommended Action Check the network connections on the secondary unit. Also, check the network hub connection. If necessary, replace the failed network interface.

Log Message %PIX-1-103004: (Primary) Other firewall reports this firewall failed.

Explanation This is a failover message. This message is logged if the primary unit receives a message from the secondary unit indicating that the primary has failed.

Recommended Action Verify the status of the primary unit.

Log Message %PIX-1-103005: (Primary) Other firewall reporting failure.

Explanation This is a failover message. This message is logged if the secondary unit reports a failure to the primary unit.

Recommended Action Verify the status of the secondary unit.

Log Message %PIX-1-104001: Secondary: Switching to ACTIVE (cause: chars).

Log Message %PIX-1-104002: (Primary) Switching to STNDBY.

Explanation This is a failover message. These messages usually are logged when you force the pair to switch roles, either by entering the failover active command on the secondary unit, or the no failover active command on the primary unit.

Recommended Action If the message occurs because of manual intervention, no action is required. Otherwise, use the cause reported by the secondary unit to verify the status of both units of the pair.

Log Message %PIX-1-104003: (Primary) Switching to FAILED.

Explanation This is a failover message. This message is logged when the primary unit fails.

Recommended Action Check the system log messages for the primary unit for an indication of the nature of the problem (see message 104001).

Log Message %PIX-1-104004: (Primary) Switching to OK.

Explanation This is a failover message. This message is logged when a previously failed unit now reports that it is operating again.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-1-105001: Disabling failover.

Explanation This is a failover message. This message is logged when you enter the no failover command on the console.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-1-105002: Enabling failover.

Explanation This is a failover message. This message is logged when you enter the failover command with no arguments on the console, after having previously disabled failover.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-1-105003: Monitoring on interface dec waiting.

Explanation This is a failover message. The PIX Firewall is testing the specified network interface with the other unit of the failover pair.

Recommended Action None required. The PIX Firewall monitors its network interfaces frequently during normal operations.

Log Message %PIX-1-105004: Monitoring on interface dec normal.

Explanation This is a failover message. The test of the specified network interface was successful.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-1-105005: Lost failover communications with mate on interface dec.

Explanation This is a failover message. This message is logged if this unit of the failover pair can no longer communicate with the other unit of the pair.

Recommended Action Verify that the network connected to the specified interface is functioning correctly.

Log Message %PIX-1-105006: Link status 'Up' on interface dec.

Log Message %PIX-1-105007: Link status 'Down' on interface dec.

Explanation This is a failover message. These messages report the results of monitoring the link status of the specified interface.

Recommended Action If the link status is down, verify that the network connected to the specified interface is operating correctly.

Log Message %PIX-1-105008: Testing interface dec.

Explanation This is a failover message. This message is logged when the PIX Firewall tests a specified network interface. This testing is performed only if the PIX Firewall fails to receive a message from the standby unit on that interface after the expected interval.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-1-105009: Testing interface dec chars.

Explanation This is a failover message. This message reports the result (either "pass" or "fail") of a previous interface test.

Recommended Action None required if the result is "pass." If the result is "fail," you should check to be sure the network cable is properly connected to both failover units and that the network itself is functioning correctly, and verify the status of the standby unit.

Log Message %PIX-3-105010: host failover message block alloc failed

Explanation Block memory has been depleted. This is a transient message and the PIX Firewall should recover.

Recommended Action Use the show blocks command to monitor the current block memory.

Log Message %PIX-1-105020: (chars) Incomplete/slow config replication

Explanation When a failover occurs, the active PIX detects a partial configuration in memory. Normally, this is caused by an interruption in the replication service.

Recommended Action Once the failover is detected by the PIX, the PIX automatically reloads itself and loads configuration from flash and/or resyncs with another PIX. If failovers happen continuously, check the failover configuration and make sure both PIX Firewalls can communicate with each other.

Log Message %PIX-2-106001: Inbound TCP connection denied from IP_addr/port to IP_addr/port flags chars

Explanation This is a connection-related message. This message occurs when an attempt to connect to an inside address is denied by your security policy.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-2-106002: TCP Connection denied by outbound list dec src IP_addr/port dest IP_addr/port

Explanation This is a connection-related message. This message is logged if the specified connection fails because of an outbound deny command statement.

Recommended Action Use the show outbound command to check outbound lists.

Log Message %PIX-2-106003: Connection denied src IP_addr dest IP_addr due to JAVA Applet.

Explanation This is a connection-related message. This message is logged if JAVA filtering is enabled, and a JAVA applet is prevented from downloading to a user on the inside network.

Recommended Action Use the show outbound command to check outbound lists for JAVA access restrictions.

Log Message %PIX-2-106006: Deny inbound UDP from IP_addr/port to IP_addr/port

Explanation This is a connection-related message. This message is logged if an inbound UDP packet is denied by your security policy.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-2-106007: Deny inbound UDP from IP_addr/port to IP_addr/port due to DNS query/response.

Explanation This is a connection-related message. This message is logged if a UDP packet containing a DNS query or response is denied.

Recommended Action If the inside port number is 53, it is likely that the inside host is set up as a caching nameserver. Set up a conduit for port 53. If the outside port number is 53, the most likely cause is that a DNS server was too slow to respond, and the query was already answered by another server.

Log Message %PIX-2-106008: Translation for IP_addr denied by outbound dec

Explanation This is a connection-related message. This message is logged if the specified outbound list prevents an address translation request from being fulfilled.

Recommended Action Use the show outbound command to verify the outbound list.

Log Message %PIX-2-106009: Translation for IP_addr to IP_addr denied by outbound dec

Explanation This is a connection-related message. This message is logged if the specified outbound list prevents an address translation request from being fulfilled.

Recommended Action Use the show outbound command to verify the outbound list.

Log Message %PIX-3-106010: Deny inbound from outside:IP_addr to inside:IP_addr chars.

Explanation This is a connection-related message. This message is logged if an inbound connection is denied by your security policy.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-7-106011: Deny self route chars

Explanation This is a connection-related message. This message occurs when a packet is sent to the same interface that it arrived on. This usually indicates that a security breach is occurring. When the PIX Firewall receives a packet, it tries to establish a translation slot based on the security policy you set with the global and conduit commands, and your routing policy set with the route command. Failing both policies, PIX Firewall allows the packet to flow from the higher priority network to a lower priority network, if it is consistent with the security policy. If a packet comes from a lower priority network and the security policy does not allow it, PIX Firewall routes the packet back to the same interface.

To provide access from an interface with a higher security to a lower security, use the nat and global commands. For example, use the nat command to let inside users access outside servers, to let inside users access perimeter servers, and to let perimeter users access outside servers.

To provide access from an interface with a lower security to higher security, use the static and conduit commands. For example, use the static and conduit commands to let outside users access inside servers, outside users access perimeter servers, or perimeter servers access inside servers.

Recommended Action Fix your configuration to reflect your security policy for handling these attack events.

Log Message %PIX-2-106012: Deny IP from IP_addr to IP_addr, IP options hex.

Explanation This is a connection-related message. A IP packet was seen with IP options. Because IP options are considered a security risk, the packet was discarded.

Recommended Action A security breach was probably attempted. Check local site for loose source or strict source routing.

Log Message %PIX-2-107001: IP_addr attempted to ping IP_addr.

Explanation This is a connection-related message. This message is logged when the specified outside host attempts to ping a global address or a PAT address.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-2-108001: SMTP made noop: out chars in chars data: chars

Explanation This is a Mail Guard (SMTP) message. This message is logged if the PIX Firewall makes a no-op of an unsupported SMTP command, and reports the offending command.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-2-108002:SMTP replaced chars: out chars in chars data: chars

Explanation This is a Mail Guard (SMTP) message. This message is logged if the PIX Firewall replaces an invalid character in an email address with a space.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-6-109001: Auth start for user 'chars' from IP_addr/port to IP_addr/port

Explanation This is an AAA message. This message is logged if the PIX Firewall is configured for aaa, and detects an authentication request by the specified user.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-6-109002: Auth from IP_addr/port to IP_addr/port failed (server IP_addr failed)

Explanation This is an AAA message. This message is logged if an authentication request fails because the specified authentication server cannot be contacted by the PIX Firewall.

Recommended Action Check to be sure the authentication daemon is running on the specified authentication server.

Log Message %PIX-6-109003: Auth from IP_addr/port to IP_addr failed (server IP_addr failed)

Explanation This is an AAA message. This message is logged if no authentication server can be found.

Recommended Action Ping the authentication server(s) from the PIX Firewall. Make sure the daemon(s) are running.

Log Message %PIX-6-109005: Authentication succeeded for user 'chars' from IP_addr/port to IP_addr/port.

Explanation This is an AAA message. This message is logged when the specified authentication request succeeds.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-6-109006: Authentication failed for user 'chars' from IP_addr/port to IP_addr/port.

Explanation This is an AAA message. This message is logged if the specified authentication request fails, possibly because of a mistyped password.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-6-109007: Authorization permitted for user 'chars' from IP_addr/port to IP_addr/port.

Explanation This is an AAA message. This message is logged when the specified authorization request succeeds.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-6-109008: Authorization denied for user 'chars' from IP_addr/port to IP_addr/port.

Explanation This is an AAA message. This message is logged if a user is not authorized to access the specified address, possibly because of a mistyped password.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-2-109009: Authorization denied from IP_addr/port to IP_addr/port (not authenticated)

Explanation This is an AAA message. This message is logged if the PIX Firewall is configured for aaa, and a user attempts to make a TCP connection across the firewall without prior authentication.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-3-109010: Auth from IP_addr/port to IP_addr/port failed (too many pending auths)

Explanation This is an AAA message. This message is logged if an authentication request can not be processed because the server has too many requests pending.

Recommended Action Check to see if the authentication server is too slow to respond to authentication requests. Enable floodguard with the floodguard 1 command.

Log Message %PIX-2-109011: Authen Session Start: user 'user', sid session_num

Explanation An authentication session started between the host and the PIX Firewall and has not yet completed.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-5-109012: Authen Session End: user 'user', sid session_num, elapsed num_seconds seconds

Explanation The authentication cache has timed out. Users will need to reauthenticate on their next connection. You can change the duration of this timer with the timeout uauth command.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-3-109013: User must authenticate before using this service

Explanation You have not authenticated before using the service.

Recommended Action Authenticate yourself using FTP, Telnet, or HTTP before using the service.

Log Message %PIX-3-110002: No ARP for host IP_addr

Explanation This is a routing message. This message is logged if the PIX Firewall cannot resolve the address of a host on one of its immediately connected networks. This usually occurs if the specified host does not exist or is not reachable on the network the PIX Firewall expects it to be on, for example, if the host's address is incorrectly subnetted.

Recommended Action Check to be sure that the host's IP address is appropriate to the network topology and your subnet scheme. Verify that the host is reachable by pinging it from another host. Use the show arp command to display the PIX Firewall's ARP table. At the very least, the
PIX Firewall must be able to resolve the addresses of its SNMP server, routers, and syslog host.

Log Message %PIX-2-110003: No interface is configured (with chars).

Explanation This is a routing or interface naming error message. This message is logged if the specified interface name does not exist. This could occur if you specify an interface that has not yet been defined with the nameif command, or if you mistype the interface name in a command such as outbound, static, or conduit.

Recommended Action Check the spelling of the interface parameters in the outbound, static, and conduit commands. Use the show nameif command to confirm the correct spellings and to verify that the interface has been defined.

Log Message %PIX-5-111001: Begin configuration: chars writing to chars

Explanation This is a PIX Firewall Manager message. This message is logged when the specified user enters the write command to write a configuration to the specified device (either "floppy," "memory," "net," "standby," or "terminal"). If authentication is enabled, the username is reported; otherwise, the string "nobody" appears.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-5-111002: Begin configuration: source reading from device

Explanation Informative message that appears when the PIX Firewall starts reading the configuration from the device (memory, floppy, TFTP).

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-5-111003: chars erase configuration

Explanation This is a PIX Firewall Manager message. This message is logged when the specified user erases the contents of Flash memory, either by entering the write erase command at the console, or by clicking OK to clear Flash memory in the PIX Firewall Manager. If authentication is enabled, the username is reported; otherwise, the string "nobody" appears.

Recommended Action After erasing the configuration, you must reconfigure the PIX Firewall and save the new configuration. Alternatively, you can restore information from a configuration that was previously saved, either on floppy or on a TFTP server elsewhere on the network.

Log Message %PIX-5-111004: chars end configuration: FAILED|OK

Explanation This is a PIX Firewall Manager message. This message is logged when the specified user enters the config floppy/memory/ network command, or the write floppy/memory/network/standby command. If authentication is enabled, the username is reported; otherwise, the string "nobody" appears.

Recommended Action None required if the message ends with OK. If the message indicates a failure, try to fix the problem. For example, if writing to a floppy, ensure that the floppy is not write protected; if writing to a TFTP server, ensure that the server is up.

Log Message %PIX-5-111005: chars end configuration: OK

Explanation This is a PIX Firewall Manager message. This message is logged when the specified user exits configuration mode. If authentication is enabled, the username is reported; otherwise, the string "nobody" appears.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-5-111006: Console login from chars at chars

Explanation This is a PIX Firewall Manager message. This message is logged when the specified user connects to the PIX Firewall. If authentication is enabled, the username is reported; otherwise, the string "nobody" appears. The message indicates whether the login was made at the console port or via a Telnet connection.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-5-111007: Begin configuration: chars reading from chars.

Explanation This is a PIX Firewall Manager message. This message is logged when the specified user enters the reload or configure command to read a configuration from the specified device (either "floppy," "memory," "net," "standby," or "terminal").

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-5-111008: User 'chars' executed the 'chars' command.

Explanation This message indicates that a command change to the configuration has been made in an AAA authenticated session.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-2-112001: (chars:dec) PIX clear finished.

Explanation This is a PIX Firewall Manager message. This message is logged when a request to clear the PIX Firewall configuration has finished. The source file and line number are identified.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-5-199001: PIX reload command executed from IP_addr.

Explanation This is a PIX Firewall Manager message. This message logs the address of the host initiating a PIX Firewall reboot with the reload command.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-6-199002: PIX startup completed. Beginning operation.

Explanation This is a PIX Firewall Manager message. This message is logged after the PIX Firewall finishes its initial boot and Flash memory reading sequence, and is ready to begin operating normally.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-6-199003: Reducing link MTU dec.

Explanation This is a PIX Firewall Manager message. This message is logged when the
PIX Firewall receives a packet from the outside network that uses a larger MTU than the inside network. The PIX Firewall then sends an ICMP message to the outside host to negotiate an appropriate MTU. The log message includes the ICMP message's sequence number.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-2-199004: PIX clear config char from char.

Explanation This is a PIX Firewall Manager message. This message is logged when a configuration has been cleared.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-3-201001: Out of connections! dec/dec.

Explanation This is a connection-related message. This message is logged when the maximum number of permitted connections has been exceeded. The two numbers reported are current connections and maximum connections permitted.

Recommended Action First, check inside hosts for runaway processes that are using up too many connections. The show xlate command may indicate which hosts have requested excessive numbers of connections. In addition, the PIX Firewall license structure limits the number of permitted connections. If you need to accommodate more connections, contact your Cisco Systems representative for a license with a higher connection ceiling.

Log Message %PIX-3-201002: Too many connections on static IP_addr

Explanation This is a connection-related message. This is a connection-related message. This message is logged when the maximum number of connections to the specified static address has been exceeded.

Recommended Action Use the show static command to check the limit imposed on connections to a static address. The limit is configurable.

Log Message %PIX-2-201003: Embryonic limit exceeded dec/dec for IP_addr/port (IP_addr)IP_addr/port

Explanation This is a connection-related message. This message is logged when the maximum number of embryonic connections from the specified foreign address via the specified static global address to the specified local address has been exceeded. When the limit on embryonic connections is reached, the PIX Firewall attempts to accept them anyway, but puts a time limit on the connections. This allows some connections to succeed even if the PIX Firewall is very busy.

Recommended Action This message indicates a more serious overload than message 201002. It could be caused by a SYN attack, or simply a very heavy load of legitimate traffic.Use the show static command to check the limit imposed on embryonic connections to a static address.

Log Message %PIX-3-201005: FTP data connection failed for IP_addr.

Explanation This is a connection-related message. This message is logged when the PIX Firewall is unable to allocate a structure to track the data connection for FTP because of insufficient memory.

Recommended Action Reduce the amount of memory usage, or purchase additional memory.

Log Message %PIX-3-201006: RCMD back connection failed for IP_addr/port.

Explanation This is a connection-related message. This message is logged if the PIX Firewall is unable to preallocate connections for inbound standard output for rsh commands due to insufficient memory.

Recommended Action Check the rsh client version; the PIX Firewall only supports the Berkeley rsh. Also, reduce the amount of memory usage, or purchase additional memory.

Log Message %PIX-3-201007: Unable to allocate new UDP connections (IP_addr/port-IP_addr/port)

Explanation This is a connection-related message. This message is logged if the PIX Firewall cannot allocate new UDP connections between the specified foreign address and port and the specified local address and port, due to insufficient memory.

Recommended Action Reduce the amount of memory usage, or purchase additional memory.

Log Message %PIX-3-201008: The PIX is disallowing new connections.

Explanation This message indicates that the PIX Firewall is set to disallow new connections.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-3-202001: Out of address translation slots!

Explanation This is a connection-related message. This is a connection-related message. This message is logged if the PIX Firewall has no more address translation slots available.

Recommended Action Check the size of the global pool compared to the number of inside network clients. A PAT address may be necessary. Alternatively, shorten the timeout interval of xlates and connections. This could also be caused by insufficient memory; reduce the amount of memory usage, or purchase additional memory.

Log Message %PIX-3-202002: Unable to find translation for SRC=IP_addr DEST=IP_addr IP octal inside|outside.

Log Message %PIX-3-202002: Unable to find translation for incoming IP_addr.

Explanation Both instances are connection-related messages. The PIX Firewall was unable to find a translation slot for an incoming packet. Where possible, the PIX Firewall provides the more detailed form of the message. The error could occur because the translation slot timeout is set too low, and the slot resource was freed; or because the specified inside address is not a valid NAT address; or because of a routing problem (possibly an asymmetric routing loop).

Recommended Action Use the show timeout command to display the translation timeout. Use the show nat command to determine whether the inside address is a valid destination. Use the show route command to display the PIX Firewall's routing table.

Log Message %PIX-3-202003: Could not build translation for IP_addr.

Explanation This is a connection-related message, and applies to outbound connections. This message can occur if an outbound list blocks connections to the specified address, or if the inside address is not part of a NAT group. A less likely possibility is that there are too many current PAT connections, and the PIX Firewall cannot allocate a PAT address for the connection.

Recommended Action Use the show outbound command to verify that connections to the specified address are blocked. Use the show nat command to determine if the inside address is included in a NAT group. Make sure the global pool is not running out of addresses.

Log Message %PIX-3-202004: Could not build portmap translation for IP_addr.

Explanation This is a connection-related message. This message is logged when a request for a PAT address failed.

Recommended Action Use the show xlate command to determine if all PAT translation slots are used up.

Log Message %PIX-3-203001: ESP Error: No Key SPI hex SRC IP_addr DEST IP_addr

Explanation This is Private Link message. This message is logged if no encryption key could be found to match the key specified by the remote Private Link unit.

Recommended Action Use the show link command to display information about the keys. If you recently changed keys, you must change keys on both PIX Firewall units, and you should reboot both units to activate the new keys.

Log Message %PIX-3-208005: (chars:dec) pix clear return dec

Explanation This is a PIX Firewall management message. The PIX Firewall received a non-zero value (an internal error) when attempting to clear a configuration from Flash memory. The message includes the reporting subroutine's filename and line number.

Recommended Action For performance reasons, the end host should be configured to not inject IP fragments. This is most likely due to NFS. Set the read and write size to be the interface MTU for NFS.

Log Message %PIX-6-209001: IPFRAG: Unable to allocate frag record for IP_addr/port to IP_addr/port

Explanation More than 1024 IP fragment packets were received within 10 seconds. PIX Firewall was unable to allocate a record for each fragment. This could be an indication of a fragment attack or a host injecting IP fragments, which can occur with NFS when the MTU is set incorrectly.

Recommended Action For performance reasons, the end host should be configured not to inject IP fragments. Set the read and write size to be the interface MTU for NFS.

Log Message %PIX-6-209002: IPFRAG: First Frag have not been seen source_host to dest_host

Explanation A noninitial IP fragment was found because either a denial of service attack is occurring or a remote host is injecting out of order IP fragments, which can occur with NFS. The source_host is the IP address of the host sending the packet and the dest_host is the host to which the packet was sent.

Recommended Action For performance reasons, the end host should be configured to not inject IP fragments. Set the read and write size to be the interface MTU for NFS.

Error Message %PIX-1-302001: Built TCP connection number for faddr IP_addr/port gaddr IP_addr/port laddr > IP_addr/port

Explanation This is a connection-related message. This message reports that an authenticated TCP connection was started to foreign address faddr using the global address gaddr from local address laddr. If the connection required authentication, the username is reported in the last field of the message.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-6-302002: Teardown TCP connection for faddr IP_addr/port gaddr IP_addr/port laddr IP_addr/port

Explanation This is a connection-related message. This message is logged when a TCP connection is terminated. The duration and byte count for the session are reported. If the connection required authentication, the username is reported in the last field of the message. This message is used by the PIX Firewall Manager to generate reports.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-6-302003: Built H245 connection for faddr IP_addr laddr IP_addr/port

Explanation This is a connection-related message. This message is logged when an H.245 connection is started from foreign address faddr to local address laddr. This message only occurs if the PIX Firewall detects the use of an Intel Internet phone.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-6-302004: Preallocate H323 UDP backconnection for faddr IP_addr to laddr IP_addr/port

Explanation This is a connection-related message. This message is logged when an H.323 UDP back-connection is preallocated to foreign address faddr from local address laddr. This message is only generated if the PIX Firewall detects the use of an Intel Internet phone.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-6-302005: Built UDP connection for faddr IP_addr/port gaddr IP_addr/port laddr IP_addr/port

Explanation This is a connection-related message. This message is logged when a UDP connection is started to foreign address faddr using the global address gaddr from local address laddr.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-6-302006: Teardown UDP connection for faddr IP_addr/port gaddr IP_addr/port laddr IP_addr/port

Explanation This is a connection-related message. This message is logged when a UDP connection is terminated. The duration and byte count for the session are reported. If the connection required authentication, the username is also reported in the last field of the message. This message is used by the PIX Firewall Manager to generate reports.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-6-302009: Rebuilt TCP connection %d for faddr IP_addr/port gaddr IP_addr/port laddr IP_addr/port

Explanation This is a connection-related message. This message appears after a TCP connection is rebuilt after a failover. A sync packet is not sent to the other PIX Firewall. The faddr IP address is the foreign host, the gaddr IP address is a global address, and the laddr IP address is the local IP address "behind" the PIX Firewall.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-6-303002: IP_addr retrieved IP_addr:chars

Explanation This is an FTP/URL message. This message is logged when the specified host successfully retrieves data from the specified FTP site. This message is used by the PIX Firewall Manager to generate reports.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-6-304001: IP_addr accessed IP_addr:chars.

Explanation This is an FTP/URL message. This message is logged when the specified host successfully accesses the specified URL. This message is used by the PIX Firewall Manager to generate reports.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-5-304002: Access denied URL chars SRC IP_addr DEST IP_addr: chars

Explanation This is an FTP/URL message. This message is logged if access from the source address to the specified URL or FTP site is denied.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-3-304003: URL Server IP_addr timed out URL string

Explanation This message logs when a URL server times out.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-3-304004: URL Server IP_addr request failed URL chars

Explanation This is an FTP/URL message. This message is logged if a WebSense server request fails.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-7-304005: URL Server IP_addr request pending URL chars

Explanation This is an FTP/URL message. This message is logged when a WebSense server request is pending.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-2-304006: URL Server went OFFLINE

Explanation The WebSENSE server is unavailable for access.

Recommended Action Bring the server back online or remove the server from the configuration.

Log Message %PIX-6-305001: Portmapped translation built for gaddr IP_addr/port laddr IP_addr/port (chars)

Explanation This is a connection-related message. This message is logged when an xlate is created for outbound traffic using a PAT global address. This applies to UDP, TCP, and ICMP packets.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-6-305002: Translation built for gaddr IP_addr to IP_addr

Explanation This is a connection-related message. This message is logged when an xlate is created for outbound traffic using a global address, or for either outbound or inbound traffic using a static address.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-6-305003: Teardown translation for IP_addr (IP_addr)

Explanation This is a connection-related message. This message is logged when the PIX Firewall clears a dynamically allocated translation after the xlate timeout expires.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-6-305004: Teardown portmap translation for global IP_addr/port local IP_addr/port

Explanation This message is logged when a portmapped translation (PAT xlate) no longer in use has been reclaimed.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-3-305005: No translation group found for protocol

Explanation This message logs when a nat and global command cannot be found for a protocol. The protocol can be TCP, UDP, or ICMP.

Recommended Action This message can be either an internal error or an error in the configuration.

Log Message %PIX-7-305006: type translation creation failed for protocol

Explanation A protocol (UDP, TCP, or ICMP) failed to create a translation through the PIX Firewall. The type can be static, portmapped (PAT), or regular.

Recommended Action This message can be either an internal error or an error in the configuration.

Log Message %PIX-6-307001: Denied Telnet login session from IP_addr.

Explanation This is a PIX Firewall management message. This message is logged when the PIX Firewall denies an attempt to connect to the Telnet port from the specified IP address on the inside network.

Recommended Action From the console, enter the show telnet command to verify that the PIX Firewall is configured to permit Telnet access from that host or network. From the PIX Firewall Manager, select Administration>Telnet Hosts for host information.

Log Message %PIX-6-307002: Permitted Telnet login session from IP_addr.

Explanation This is a PIX Firewall management message. This message logs a successful Telnet connection to the PIX Firewall.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-6-307003: Telnet login session failed from IP_addr (3 attempts).

Explanation This is a PIX Firewall management message. The PIX Firewall logs this message after an incorrect Telnet password was entered three times for the same connection.

Recommended Action Verify the password and try again.

Log Message %PIX-6-308001: PIX console enable password incorrect for 3 tries from IP_addr.

Explanation This is a PIX Firewall management message. This message is logged after the third time a user mistypes the password to enter privileged mode.

Recommended Action The privileged mode password is not necessarily the same as the password for Telnet access to the PIX Firewall. Verify the password and try again.

Log Message %PIX-6-309001: Denied manager connection from IP_addr.

Explanation This is a PIX Firewall management message. This message is logged when the PIX Firewall Manager denies an attempt to connect to its Telnet port from the specified IP address on the inside network.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-6-309002: Permitted manager connection from IP_addr.

Explanation This is a PIX Firewall management message. This message logs a successful PIX Firewall Manager connection.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-7-701001: alloc_user() out of Tcp_user objects

Explanation This is an AAA message. This message is logged if the user authentication rate is too high for the PIX to handle new aaa requests.

Recommended Action Enable floodguard with the floodguard 1 command.

Log Message %PIX-7-709001: (chars) Rep CI ioctl (chars) return chars

Log Message %PIX-7-709002: (chars) Rep no replication chars

Explanation These messages are failover messages that appear only for developers during the debug testing phase.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-1-709003: (chars) Beginning configuration replication: Send to mate.

Explanation This is a failover message. This message is logged when the active unit starts replicating its configuration to the standby unit.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-1-709004: (chars) End Configuration Replication (ACT)

Explanation This is a failover message. This message is logged when the active unit completes replicating its configuration on the standby unit.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-1-709005: (chars) Beginning configuration replication:Receiving from mate.

Explanation This message indicates that the standby PIX received the first part of the configuration replication from the active PIX.

Recommended Action None required.

Log Message %PIX-7-709006: (chars) End Configuration Replication (STB)

Explanation This is a failover message. This message is logged when the standby unit completes replicating a configuration sent by the active unit.

Recommended Action None required.




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