how to backup and restore ASA 5510 configuration?

Posted on 2008-11-20
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
Hi, i know this is a common question but i need a "step by step" mini manual to do that.
I have a Cisco ASA 5510 with ASA Version 7.0(6).

i need to copy the running configuration to a TFPT server  and then restore the configuration from the TFTP server to de ASA.

thats all =)

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    mm ok.. but i need to add the "clear config all" in my backup file?
    i dont want to merge the 2 config files.
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    No! thats only for PIX frewalls runing version 6 - an ASA has to be version 7 or above so thats not ness :)
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