Can I backup Cisco firewall data? pix 501, etc

I have a few Cisco PIX 501 devices and they currently have setup up VPN tunnels etc.  Is there a way, and what is the best way that I can effectively "backup" all the configuration that was put into this device so if it fails I can get a replacement and simply "restore" the info?

I'd also like to be able to do this from the web gui if possible.

Thanks!
xtksystemsAsked:
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MikeKaneCommented:
For scheduled backups of the Cisco devices, firewalls, routers and switches, I've been using Cattools for years.    

http://www.kiwisyslog.com/kiwi-cattools-download/

Its free for up to 20 devices.  

I schedule a backup of the code every day, cattools tags it with the date and saves it to a folder on the network.    

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rvandenbrinkCommented:
CATTOOLS is free for up to 5 devices now
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