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whlamb
Level 7

Re: is FSM dead?

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You know I think that is the first time I have seen Cisco and user friendly in the same sentence.  I take that back, I saw it in the definition of oxymoron.

CourtesyIT
Level 15

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Maybe with the changes at SW HQ, they will relook the product for viable options and offerings.  It may just go on the bench for a year or so.   We can only hope....  If that is not the case then may they will put some focus on NTA or LEM. 

We shall see what the day will bring........

CourtesyIT
Level 15

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I guess all the more reason to migrate from Cisco ASA to some real firewalls like Palo Alto, Fortinet, Juniper, or Checkpoint.  Shoot, I would even resurrect a Sidewinder circa 2002 before working on ASA's. 

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squinsey
Level 13

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jspanitz
Level 14

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Signed up, still waiting on the beta bits.

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jspanitz
Level 14

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sidewinders were awesome! secure computing was one of my favorite vendors.

jspanitz
Level 14

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^ this

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dclick
Level 13

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Can you get a link to an offical solarwinds document on this? I am about to renew maintenance, and if the product is in fact going to be EOL, I wont waste my money.

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trickyslil
Level 9

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Here our firewalls have given up on FSM and moved to another application. Needed immediate updates and got none.

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dclick
Level 13

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Off topic - I know, but - Why do you say this?   I see ALOT of cisco bashing on these forums, and I am curious why it appears that everyone is so anti-cisco?

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