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Does anyone have somewhere I can download Cisco ASDM? I have a Cisco Account but I don't have a Cisco Support Contract. For some strange reason I can't download it from my Device like I should be able to... I am just getting page cannot be displayed, and I need that APP. Any help would be awesome.
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by:surbabu140977
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Already previous threads are in EE  discussing the same issue. You might wanna look at the following.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Hardware/Networking_Hardware/Firewalls/Q_25642021.html

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There are no legal alternative sources of application-files for ASA/ASDM. If your existing image is broken you need support from Cisco in either way. I suggest you to get a valid service contract.

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OK So answer me this.. I have my ASA CD which has all the versions of ASDM on it, BUT they are .bin format. Everything that I have tried to either extract or Convert to an ISO have failed, does anyone have any ideas on this?
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asdm images are always .bin. You have to transfer the bin file to asa.

copy the image (.bin file) from your cd to a tftp directory in the pc.

transfer the .bin file to asa. (copy tftp disk0:)

Then use the command sh disk0: to verify it's there.

Command to set asdm.bin" as the ASDM image.

ASA(config)# asdm image disk0:/asdm-xxx.bin"

wr mem and reload.

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subaru140: I think you are missing the point. The author needs the binary-file.

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...sorry, subaru140, I didnt read the entire thread. Never mind my last comment.

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