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Cisco PIX 506e TFTP config

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Hi all,

I have a PIX 506e that needs to be replaced, I have used the following command to copy the config to my TFTP server:

#write net 10.0.0.1:pix_506e_20092010

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The file writes OK and I can view the config, but when I try to replace that config with one I have on our current PIX that is faulty with the following command:

# copy tftp start
Usage:  copy capture:<capture-name> tftp://<location>/<pathname> [pcap]
        copy http[s]://[<user>:<password>@]<location>[:<port>]/<pathname>
                flash[:[image | pdm]]

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Any ideas?


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by:JJClements
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Try

copy tftp://ipaddress/filename start
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by:2Cs
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Hi JJClements,

Nope same message.

Al

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I have found this command and it appears to do the work on the new PIX just need to test on the old 506e.

Al


#config term
(config)#config net 10.0.0.190:pix

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copy tftp flash
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