Cisco ASA Device Package Software supports only the version of APIC that it is shipped with.
New Features in 1.2(6)
This release includes support for the following:
A new command is now available which enables you to add remarks or comments about entries in any access list, including extended, EtherType, IPv6, standard, and Webtype access lists. This command is used in the same way as the access-list list_name remark text command is used for the ASA. For more information about how to use the command, see the Cisco ASA 5500 Series Command Reference.
In addition to being able to perform application-inspections on service connectors, you can now perform global application-inspections with the policy-map command. This command is used in the same way as the factory default global policy configuration on the ASA. For more information, see the Cisco Security Appliance Command Line Configuration Guide.
A new command is now available which enables you to either:
– Allow communication between interfaces with equal security levels (inter-interface)
– Allow traffic to enter and exit the same interface (intra-interface)
A new command is now available which enables you to define the period of time which can be used in a AccessControlEntry to specify when it is active. This command is used in the same way as the time-range command is used for the ASA. For more information about how to use the command, see the Cisco ASA 5500 Series Command Reference.
Pay attention to the following important notes:
The ASAv does not support multiple context mode.
ACE with dynamic EPG requires ASA image 9.3.2 or later.
APIC 1.2(x) and ASA 9.3(1)
If you are running APIC 1.2(x) with ASA 9.3(1), which has a default SSL configuration, you will see the following error:
To upgrade, you do not need to remove the previous package if your APIC release has the fix for CSCuv4353. Otherwise, to upgrade from an older version to a newer, you need to remove the old version from APIC first, then install the new version.
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