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ASG 425 Display with homelicense

Hello,


I'm using the ASG 425 Rev3 (Core2Duo E6400) Hardware Appliance in a private Network.

I got the Home-License running achieved through deleting the ASG File in /etc Folder.

Since i did that, the display isnt working anymore.

Is there any solution for that problem?

Kindly regards



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  • The file /etc/asg is used by the following procedures:

    - "initasg" (the difference between the ssi* and asg* ) to assign the correct names to the interfaces. After deleting /etc/asg initasg wont work correct anymore.

    - "utm-lcd" controls the lcd display.

    - Hardware License is needed, if /etc/asg exists.

    From my old post. It worked with ASG220 and UTM7-8 (pre utm-lcd):

    1. Install ASG Hardware with ssi****.iso

    2. rm /etc/lcd.conf (Link to /etc/asg for lcd4linux)

    3. mv /etc/asg /etc/lcd.conf (because i like the lcd-information)

    4. Change in /etc/init.d/initasg the line 34

    ASG_HW_FILE="/etc/asg" to

    ASG_HW_FILE="/etc/lcd.conf"

    5. Install HomeLicense via WebAdmin

    Now in UTM9 you should do this:

    1. Install ASG Hardware with ssi****.iso

    2. mv /etc/asg /etc/lcd.asg

    3. Change in /etc/init.d/initasg the line 34

    ASG_HW_FILE="/etc/asg" to ASG_HW_FILE="/etc/lcd.asg"

    4. Change /etc/init.d/utm-lcd the line 1

    ASG_FILE="/etc/asg" to ASG_FILE="/etc/lcd.asg"

    5. Install HomeLicense via WebAdmin

    Please test and post the result!

     

    Sophos Certified Architect (UTM + XG)

  • These steps work on a UTM 320 r.5. Thank you.


    Managing several Sophos UTMs and a Sophos XG both at work and at some home locations, dedicated to continuously improve IT-security and feeling well helping others with their IT-security challenges.

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  • These steps work on a UTM 320 r.5. Thank you.


    Managing several Sophos UTMs and a Sophos XG both at work and at some home locations, dedicated to continuously improve IT-security and feeling well helping others with their IT-security challenges.

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