Cisco AS5350 vulnerabilites ?
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    Cisco AS5350 vulnerabilites ?

    Hi all,
    I'm working in a small company and we've purchased Cisco AS5350 router.Are there any known vulnerabilites for this model or for the
    operating system - IOS 12.1 ?
    Thanks in advance.

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    Cisco AS5350 vulnerabilites ?

    Hi all,
    I'm working in a small company and we've purchased Cisco AS5350 router.Are there any known vulnerabilites for this model or for the
    operating system - IOS 12.1 ?
    Thanks in advance.

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    i bet there probably are, but i think the response you're gonna get is to go to www.google.com and search for Cisco AS5350 vulnerabilites or go to somewhere like http://www.packetstorm.securify.com/ or something of the sort

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    i bet there probably are, but i think the response you're gonna get is to go to www.google.com and search for Cisco AS5350 vulnerabilites or go to somewhere like http://www.packetstorm.securify.com/ or something of the sort

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    Thanks 5150 , but I've already done that - all I get is a SNMP vulnerability which doesn't concern me because I don't use SNMP at all.
    Anyway - thanks again.

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    Thanks 5150 , but I've already done that - all I get is a SNMP vulnerability which doesn't concern me because I don't use SNMP at all.
    Anyway - thanks again.

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    sw2v,

    All versions of code have vulnerabilities in them. Just make sure you stick with either a GD version of code or the latest ED. 12.1(15) is the latest code which is GD. If you have a login to cco, you can actually check out the major vulnerabilities they fix in each rev of the code by logging into the Software Center in the codes Release Notes. Just make sure if a version of code comes out that is later than on your access server that they didnt fix any vulnerabilities in them that would pertain to you.
    Also a good suggestion is to make sure your modem firmware is the most recent and try adding a modem cap. This will prevent dropped and slow connections. Take a look at

    http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/471...emcaps.html#12


    Regards,
    Os1LaYr5

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