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Cisco ASA, saved config on TFTP server nees to be restored to ASA Device.

Posted on 2006-11-07
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Hi,

Let me start by saying I am Cisco incompetent.  I have a Cisco ASA that I have managed to clutter-up pretty well configuring some things myself.  Now I want to restore the old config I saved to a TFTP server.

I can’t figure it out.  I am not sure if I am fried or just that clueless (be kind please)

Help!
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Open the old config in notepad and add this to the top:

clear config all

Save this config.
On the ASA, issue the following command:
pix(config)#config net http://A.B.C.D/mypixconfig.txt



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or if you're hellbent on tftp
pix#copy tftp run

then type in the right parameters for the IP of the tftp server, file name, etc.  that will then dump it in the running config though.  if you want to commit that to memory do
pix#wr mem
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by:RobHerrick
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Thanks Guys!   I actually mean to have the accepted and assited answers reversed ut I screwed it up.  Sorry it took me so long to deal with this.  I've been away from work dealing with personal issues.
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