This is for the pixes, I haven't upgraded an asa yet...should be close or the same
* find latest version of code, these are usually *.bin files located on http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/pix * confirm the flash and RAM requirements of the PIX OS software versus what the PIX has (”sho ver”) * make sure you have a backup of the old PIX OS and PDM to the tftp server (or at least confirm the software is there) Note: You cannot back them up from the PIX, so you will need to download them and put them on the tftp server
* put in a change control form * once change controls confirms date/time do the upgrade: wri mem*** only if you save your configs via tftp
ca save all
copy tftp://your tftp server ip/pix635.bin flash:imageskip this if you don't use pdm
copy tftp://your tftp server ip/pdm-304.bin flash:pdm
*** if this is a failover pair, upgrade the other pair
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Re: Upgrade firmware on a cisco ASA 5500 firewall
Looks like you've posted the series of the Cisco ASA firewall model numbers.
You should get the correct model number like:
Cisco ASA 5505
Cisco ASA 5510
And so on. Check beneath the firewall, it usually tells you there.
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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 :)
Hello , 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 #copy run tftp , then follow the steps NOTE: u should be in the same network or u need your pc and cisco box both have publick IP
4- if u want to put prepair config files to your gateway , you will need to type order #copy tftp run , then foloow the steps
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Verify 1st if you can still communicate with the router, if your running WIndows go to the command prompt and type ipconfig, check your default gateway address(192.168.x.x) then type ping(space)192.168.x.x if your getting replies your still lucky that means the firmware was just incomplete and to complete this without accessing the configuration utility, you need a tftp server installed on yuor computer to load the firmware of the router, check if your router manufacturer has a recommended tftp server, if not download any tftp server software from 3rd party manufacturer such as linksys or netgear, dlink. When you open the tftp software it will normally prompt you to enter the following information - ip address of the device you want to upgrade, password and the ocation of the file you need to load on the device(in this case the firmware(.bin) that you downloaded).
Hope this will help you get your router uo and running,