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This device is what Cisco calls EOL (end-of-life). What this means to you is that you can no longer purchase Cisco's SMARTnet contracts for hardware or software support. Nor will there be access to code or ASDM software on Cisco's website. However, you may yet be able to find a Cisco support partner that can assist you with software support such as NETech (www.netechcorp.com). But you will not be able to replace the device under any hardware contract should the hardware fail. Ultimately speaking, you should upgrade to an ASA in order to maintain all of the benefits of owning a Cisco product. If you purchase your new device from a high level Cisco Partner, they should be able to offer some nice discounts on your new hardware, software, support contracts and licensing (I've heard of up to 50%, but that will be up to your specific Cisco account representative).
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