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is there an easy way to display a pix 506 configuration?

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Is there an easy way to display the configuration of a pix 506?

specifically, I am replacing the pix 506, and I need to know everything about what is configured. how the pix itself is set up, what ports are forwarded to what ips, etc, etc..

the ideal report would allow me to easily translate this information to be configured on my new firewall (of a different manufacturer)

any help is appreciated,

Sadian
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yes, first you need to set up a TFTP server on a PC (this is simple to do - dont panic)

download this to sort it out for you
Download 3Cdaemon
http://www.firewall.cx/download-s01-ftp.php
http://sec.spruce.se/fw1/archive/


then log into the pix and go into enable mode (the prompt will change to hostname#)
for arguments sake we will say the ip address of the pc running TFTP is 123.123.123.123

issue the following commands

write net 123.123.123.123:run {enter}

set up the new pix and get it up and running ge into enable mode and do the following

write net run:123.123.123.123 {enter}
write mem {enter}

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excellent, thank you!
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NO problem 3C daemon is a great tool I use it to back up my routers and PIX, and its FTP server is not to shabby either :)

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