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Cisco PIX/ASA Security Appliance: How to Configure Banners
By: Don R. Crawley
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    How to Configure a Banner

    Note: The following procedures were tested on an ASA 5505 Security Appliance running software version 7.22. Other hardware or software platforms may require modification of these procedures in order to function properly.

    To configure a banner, use the following configuration mode commands:

    asa(config)#banner motd This is a restricted system.
    asa(config)#banner motd Do not attempt unauthorized access.

    Notice the use of two banner motd statements to create a multi-line banner. As mentioned previously, you can also use the "n" key sequence to insert a carriage return.

    You can view the banners you created with the following privileged mode command:

    asa#show running-config banner

    Hands-On Exercise: Creating Banners on the Security Appliance

    The following procedures are for training purposes only and should only be performed on devices in a laboratory environment. Under no circumstances should these procedures be performed on equipment in a live, production environment without first verifying their suitability in a laboratory environment.

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