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.12.7.2 0.130.11.0 0 no shutdown ldap abcd 12345 $ The command is parsed through the parser, and each object is checked to see if they are valid. If so, we emit the object. If not, we terminate the command. The final result is the following: Cisco ASA V8 Switch# show authentication line-protocol Authentication Line Protocol Configuration Protocol Enabled Status Idle Time Units Group Time1 Group Time2 Group Time3 Password SSHPAM 1 [***KEYKE..., 22 0 0 0 0 0] *** [****] Group Time1 Group Time2 Group Time3 Using Session Session to Route IKE Exchanges When creating a session on an entity, you can specify a group time value to be the time that will be used for the majority of the exchanges. sess=group1 in /etc/init.d/abcd.cfg If we create the session on the device, and then send a packet, we should see that it is in the second group time, for example: Switch# show authentication ipsec-sess number 200 accept incoming Connect from 192.168.2.2 192.168.2.2 192.168.2.2 12:01:06.550 on Interface Vlan8 192.168.2.2 00:22:33.573 on Interface Vlan3 192.168.2.2 00:22:43.578 on Interface Vlan2 The other option is to specify a session time for an exchange. This is done with the session ipsec-time command. To specify the number of seconds, the default value is 12,600 seconds, which can be changed with the -s command line option. sess=ipsec-time.outgoing.all in /etc/init.d/abcd.cfg If we then send a packet and look at the packets that come back, the group time will be used, and it will be in the second time group. For example, with a timeout of 20 seconds: Switch# show authentication ipsec-sess number 200 accept incoming Connect from 192.168.2.2 192.168.2.2 192.168.2.2 12:01:06.570 on Interface Vlan8 192.168.2.2 00:22:43.
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