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New Firewall needed/PIX outdated?

velocityjohn velocityjohn is offline
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I am told that Cisco will no longer release updates to the PIX firewall that we have and that I have to purchase a new firewall. True?
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laf laf is offline
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Pix appliances are for some time no longer supported; just keep it running the present level, and in the future Cisco wants you to go for ASA appliances, which are to take over all PIX equipments.
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