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How to backup and restore cisco 5505

Hi there,
We have a 5505 with 10 CALS and just but a a cisco 5505 with 50, instead of reconfigure the router there is a way that can copy the settings and configuration from the old one to the new one
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Vito_CorleoneCommented:
You just need to get into enable mode and copy the config off to a TFTP server. Then you copy it back on to the new device. You use the copy <source> <destination> command, then follow the prompts.

Old ASA:
copy start tftp

New ASA:
copy tftp start

The devices will prompt you for the address of the TFTP server (I like to use TFTPD32, it's simple), then it will ask the name of the source file, then the destination file. After it has copied everything you can reboot and the new config should be there.

You could also copy and past at the console, but you will miss information this way.
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Vito_CorleoneCommented:
If any of that was unclear you can also check out this link:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/vpndevc/ps2030/products_tech_note09186a008072142a.shtml
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BumslawCommented:
In the CLI
>enable
#show run

copy the running config and paste it to the new router. note: anything encrypted (passwords etc), will have to be manually added to the config that you copied, as you will only see the hash in the running configs.
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