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ASA CISCO 5510 Firewall copy config error

Posted on 2010-11-10
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I am trying copy my Cisco configuration file from the ASDM interface  to my TFTP server and I am getting the following error.

copy /noconfirm running-config tftp://10.10.10.56/TFTP-Root
      copy /noconfirm running-config tftp://10.10.10.56/TFTP-Root
 ^
 % Invalid input detected at '^' marker.

How do I resolve this.

The TFTP server is running.
The path exists and is C:\TFTP-Root
I have also tried specifying the name of the file to copy to.
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by:ShareefHuddle
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try a copy running-config tftp. then put in your server info and file name
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by:wademi
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I get the same error when i do that.
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by:ShareefHuddle
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run it from cli and don't put /noconfirm in. Also what version of ASA software?
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by:wademi
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I did it from the command line without noconfirm  and I got the same error. I am not sure how to find out my ASA version
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mahrens007 earned 500 total points
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I would try:


tftp://10.10.10.x/test

... the TFTP server know's what its own root directory is.
You should only need to specify the host and the destination file name.

link: https://supportforums.cisco.com/thread/224055
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