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A. This is normal. These parts expand to allow you to register your AnyConnect Plus or Apex license to all of your ASA serial numbers. This expansion SKU is not applicable to the newer banding-based Plus (L-AC-PLS-LIC=) or Apex (L-AC-APX-LIC=) SKUs or the VPN Only SKUs (L-AC-VPNO-xxxx=). See the AnyConnect Ordering Guide for details on license registration per SKU type.

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A. The Product Activation Key (PAK) must be treated like cash. If you lose your product activation key before using it, the only other method we can use to locate it is with the Sales Order #. If you have previously used this PAK to register an ASA, the PAK can be located in the license portal for the user who performed the license registration. Cisco can look up this information based on a serial number used for a prior registration.

A. You most likely accidentally pasted in a trailing space after your serial number. Please remove any additional spaces after your serial number and resubmit your request. The other cause of this is that you clicked the Add Device button which is intended to add more than one Serial Number at initial registration, but you did not actually add any other Serial Numbers. For this situation, please click the Delete Device button and submit again without the blank space which is there to add an additional serial number.

The new Model 505 Youth shotgun, introduced in 2005, is similar to the Bantam but scaled down further. The 505 has a 12-inch (30 cm) LOP buttstock (compared to a standard model's 14 inches or 36 centimetres, or a Bantam's 13 inches or 33 centimetres), a 20-inch (51 cm) barrel, and a four-shot magazine tube. The 505 is available in 20 gauge and .410 bore. Parts are not interchangeable with other model 500 variants.

Mossberg produced two U.S. military versions of the model 500, the 500 MILS and the 500M MILS, the difference being the location of the upper sling swivel.[32] The model numbers contain a U.S. prefix to the serial number. These particular models (500 MILS & 500M MILS) contain all metal parts, are parkerized with a 20-inch barrel. The magazine capacity is 6+1.[33]

Look into our online database of scrap catalytic converters by car brands, based on XRF values. We have over 20,000 individually sampled converters including their codes and pictures. Simply type in the serial number in the search engine or browse by manufacturer.

A doctor will send the sample collected to a laboratory for testing. The sample will be tested to see how it reacts to different substances. The results will then be returned to the doctor to determine health conditions. Laboratories may also compare previous tests to see if there is a change in condition.

A HIN is the nautical equivalent of the VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) on your car. Most Australian boats will have a HIN attached or stamped into the hull. This is usually a 14 character alphanumeric code containing letters and numbers that identify the country, manufacturer, serial number and date of manufacture.

Do not display video output. The guest will still see an emulatedgraphics card, but its output will not be displayed to the QEMUuser. This option differs from the -nographic option in that itonly affects what is done with video output; -nographic also changesthe destination of the serial and parallel port data.

Normally, if QEMU is compiled with graphical window support, it displaysoutput such as guest graphics, guest console, and the QEMU monitor in awindow. With this option, you can totally disable graphical output sothat QEMU is a simple command line application. The emulated serial portis redirected on the console and muxed with the monitor (unlessredirected elsewhere explicitly). Therefore, you can still use QEMU todebug a Linux kernel with a serial console. Use C-a h for help onswitching between the console and monitor.

A character device may be used in multiplexing mode by multiple front-ends.Specify mux=on to enable this mode.A multiplexer is a "1:N" device, and here the "1" end is your specified chardevbackend, and the "N" end is the various parts of QEMU that can talk to a chardev.If you create a chardev with id=myid and mux=on, QEMU willcreate a multiplexer with your specified ID, and you can then configure multiplefront ends to use that chardev ID for their input/output. Up to four differentfront ends can be connected to a single multiplexed chardev. (Withoutmultiplexing enabled, a chardev can only be used by a single front end.)For instance you could use this to allow a single stdio chardev to be used bytwo serial ports and the QEMU monitor:

Note that some other command line options may implicitly create multiplexedcharacter backends; for instance -serial mon:stdio creates amultiplexed stdio backend connected to the serial port and the QEMU monitor,and -nographic also multiplexes the console and the monitor tostdio.

If you just want a simple readonly console you can use netcat ornc, by starting QEMU with: -serial udp::4555 and nc as:nc -u -l -p 4555. Any time QEMU writes something to that port itwill appear in the netconsole session.

If you plan to send characters back via netconsole or you want to stopand start QEMU a lot of times, you should have QEMU use the samesource port each time by using something like -serialudp::4555@:4556 to QEMU. Another approach is to use a patchedversion of netcat which can listen to a TCP port and send and receivecharacters via udp. If you have a patched version of netcat whichactivates telnet remote echo and single char transfer, then you canuse the following options to set up a netcat redirector to allowtelnet on port 5555 to access the QEMU port.

The TCP Net Console has two modes of operation. It can send the serialI/O to a location or wait for a connection from a location. By defaultthe TCP Net Console is sent to host at the port. If you usethe server option QEMU will wait for a client socket applicationto connect to the port before continuing, unless the nowaitoption was specified. The nodelay option disables the Nagle bufferingalgorithm. The reconnect option only applies if noserver isset, if the connection goes down it will attempt to reconnect at thegiven interval. If host is omitted, is assumed. Onlyone TCP connection at a time is accepted. You can use telnet toconnect to the corresponding character device.

The telnet protocol is used instead of raw tcp sockets. The optionswork the same as if you had specified -serial tcp. Thedifference is that the port acts like a telnet server or client usingtelnet option negotiation. This will also allow you to send theMAGIC_SYSRQ sequence if you use a telnet that supports sending the breaksequence. Typically in unix telnet you do it with Control-] and thentype "send break" followed by pressing the enter key.

This is a special option to allow the monitor to be multiplexed ontoanother serial port. The monitor is accessed with key sequence ofControl-a and then pressing c.dev_string should be any one of the serial devices specifiedabove. An example to multiplex the monitor onto a telnet serverlistening on port 4444 would be:

Redirect the virtual parallel port to host device dev (samedevices as the serial port). On Linux hosts, /dev/parportN canbe used to use hardware devices connected on the corresponding hostparallel port.

Redirect the debug console to host device dev (same devices as theserial port). The debug console is an I/O port which is typically port0xe9; writing to that I/O port sends output to this device.The default device is vc in graphical mode and stdio innon graphical mode.

Change the escape character used for switching to the monitor when usingmonitor and serial sharing. The default is 0x01 when using the-nographic option. 0x01 is equal to pressingControl-a. You can select a different character from the asciicontrol keys where 1 through 26 map to Control-a through Control-z. Forinstance you could use the either of the following to change the escapecharacter to Control-t.

Colo-compare gets packet from primary_inchardevid and secondary_inchardevid, than compare primary packet withsecondary packet. If the packets are same, we will output primarypacket to outdevchardevid, else we will notify colo-framedo checkpoint and send primary packet to outdevchardevid.In order to improve efficiency, we need to put the task of comparisonin another thread. If it has the vnet_hdr_support flag, colo comparewill send/recv packet with vnet_hdr_len.If you want to use Xen COLO, will need the notify_dev to notify Xencolo-frame to do checkpoint.

If you use the option -snapshot, all disk images areconsidered as read only. When sectors in written, they are written ina temporary file created in /tmp. You can however force thewrite back to the raw disk images by using the commit monitorcommand (or C-a s in the serial console).

display progress bar (compare, convert and rebase commands only).If the -p option is not used for a command that supports it, theprogress is reported when the process receives a SIGUSR1 orSIGINFO signal.

By default, images with different size are considered identical if the largerimage contains only unallocated and/or zeroed sectors in the area after the endof the other image. In addition, if any sector is not allocated in one imageand contains only zero bytes in the second one, it is evaluated as equal. Youcan use Strict mode by specifying the -s option. When compare runs inStrict mode, it fails in case image size differs or a sector is allocated inone image and is not allocated in the second one.

By default, compare prints out a result message. This message displaysinformation that both images are same or the position of the first differentbyte. In addition, result message can report different image size in caseStrict mode is used.

Compare exits with 0 in case the images are equal and with 1in case the images differ. Other exit codes mean an error occurred duringexecution and standard error output should contain an error message.The following table sumarizes all exit codes of the compare subcommand:


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