Some times, my asa 5200 stop working (get blocked), i have to restart it, after that works fine some days or weeks, but get blocked again. The parcial solution is restart it. I can not find whats hapend,
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if it is really deleted from FLASH, you will need to connect to ASA with a console cable, start up TFTP server on your pc, and in TFTP copy your ASA image file (.bin - on your CD that you got with ASA) so that you can get it from pc to asa.
then use tftpdnld command to set all the parameters on asa and start the download of the file from your pc .... after it has been done - just reboot asa :)
Best way to migrate is to take the configuration of the old PIX and TFTP it to a PC or other server for safe keeping.
Then boot up the ASA in a lab environment and TFTP the configuration to the new unit and reboot. There will be some commands that don't translate correctly, but you can compare the configurations to each other to make sure all the access lists and NAT statements get transferred across.
Keep in mind that the PIX and the ASA name their interfaces differently, so there may be errors when you transfer the configuration. You can edit the configuration offline with something like Notepad and change the names of the interfaces to have it work.
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Check for an IP conflict. How are you assigning the IP address on the workstations? If one of them happened to have the same ip address as the ip on the vlan1 on the ASA for example, you would have that exact issue.