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How to restore ASA/PIX configuration using TFTP

1. To restore ASA/PIX configuration using TFTP, you need to have a TFTP server running. Remember the TFTP server IP, in our case 192.168.254.231.

2. Run telnet to access ASA. To do that, in the command prompt, type telnet TFTP IP, for example telnet 192.16.254.250, press Enter.

3. Use the following command lines to backup the configuration.

copy tftp start

Address or name of remote host []? 192.168.254.231

Source filename []? 072405

Accessing tftp://192.168.254.231/072306tftp...!!!

Writing system file...

!!!

8507 bytes copied in 0.260 secs

wr mem

Note: It depends on the PIX version. You may try the following commands.

To copy configuration to tftp

chicagotechpix (config)#configure net 10.0.0.254:/filename

Note: You may be able to do that in enable mode

or

chicagotechpix #write net 10.0.0.254:/filename

Note: You may be able to do that in config mode

or

To copy the PIX image from Flash to the TFTP server:

chicagotechpix #copy flash tftp

To copy the image from TFTP to Flash without intervention.

chicagotechpix(config)#copy tftp: flash

 

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