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Jay Calderwood
20-Jun-2007, 08:49 PM
Cisco released Pix/ASA OS 8.0 yesterday!
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unsigned@ @digerati.us
20-Jun-2007, 09:17 PM
duuuude you are late. It was released the evening of the 18th, I've had
it deployed since yesterday morning. :D

I don't really have any news though, it seems to work fine...

Jay Calderwood wrote:
> Cisco released Pix/ASA OS 8.0 yesterday!

Jay Calderwood
20-Jun-2007, 09:31 PM
unsigned@ @digerati.us wrote:
> duuuude you are late. It was released the evening of the 18th, I've had
> it deployed since yesterday morning. :D
>
> I don't really have any news though, it seems to work fine...
>
> Jay Calderwood wrote:
>> Cisco released Pix/ASA OS 8.0 yesterday!

I have to fix my configs a bit... going from 6.3 to 8.0

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Jay Calderwood
http://jaycalderwood.blogspot.com

Quote: "I'm alive... I think... Then again can it get any worse? Yes it
can...
There is this one place...really down south that starts with an 'H' and ends
with an 'L' that is really HOT..."

Joseph Marton
20-Jun-2007, 09:46 PM
On Wed, 20 Jun 2007 19:49:54 +0000, Jay Calderwood wrote:

> Cisco released Pix/ASA OS 8.0 yesterday!

Sounds like it's time to upgrade the PIX I have in one office still
running 6.3. I've got the memory upgrade sitting here, gathering dust, as
I had planned to move it to 7.0. But I never did because another site
connects via a VPN, has a PIX-506, and you can't take that beyond 6.3.

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unsigned@ @digerati.us
20-Jun-2007, 10:00 PM
ooo.... lucky you.. I was able to do that with a PIX->ASA hardware
upgrade. When from 6.3.x to 7 something, but got to build new. The 7->8
upgrade on the ASA went splendid.

Jay Calderwood wrote:
> unsigned@ @digerati.us wrote:
>> duuuude you are late. It was released the evening of the 18th, I've
>> had it deployed since yesterday morning. :D
>>
>> I don't really have any news though, it seems to work fine...
>>
>> Jay Calderwood wrote:
>>> Cisco released Pix/ASA OS 8.0 yesterday!
>
> I have to fix my configs a bit... going from 6.3 to 8.0
>