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How to tftp to and from Cisco ASA?

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I've done this before on cisco routers, but it's been awhile and I need a refresher. I have a tftp server set up (I think). Let's say I have a Cisco ASA in place and I want to use this tftp server to take it's config and copy it over to a second cisco ASA?
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copy <from> <to> is the command

"copy running-config tftp" would copy the running-config to a tftp server of some kind. You follow the prompts to enter the ip address of the server and the file name you want to give the file. Make sure your tftp server is setup to receive.

"copy tftp startup-config" would copy a config down from a tftp server to the starup-config. Again follow the prompts to enter the ip address and the file name to get from the tftp server.

More info here: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/vpndevc/ps2030/products_tech_note09186a008072142a.shtml

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that's what I needed. Thanks!
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