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Restart Cisco Asa 5510

I have a Cisco Asa 5510. I want to change the power supply from one connection to another. Can I just plug out the power connection and switch it. Will the Cisco Asa 5510 restart again. I just want to be sure before I do it.

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Yes. The firewall will restart. Just be sure to save your running config to memory before turning off. For that you must issue the command: write memory.

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the Steps which u want to export and import configuration in Cisco ASA5510
1- connect yourself to your Cisco gateway by IP
2- Get TFTP server to your PC like( solarwind , Tftp server , ... ) any tftp download and upload program
3- now u need to copy running configuration to your pc by order
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4- if u want to put prepair config files to your gateway , you will need to type order
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Hi Thangaraj_j,

Can you provide the topology of your setup? Can you provide also the following:

- running configuration of the ASA
- ip address of the server (what kind of server is this? what tcp/udp port does it use)
- show xlate
- show con
- show log

Just a quick try, have you tried clearing the translation and the arp table?

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clear xlate
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clear local

Let me know and if it still doesn't work, try to ping the server from the pc clients and see if ping does work. (you need to allow icmp to pass thru in case you are denying it for testing purposes) Just send me the additional information given above.


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