I have two ASA's. One is running running ASA version 7.0(7) and the other 7.0(8).
I want to upgrade to a newer version so I can enable hairpinning. To date we have never had to update the ASA version before. Can I upgrade to later version for free? (Doubt it)
What are my options for upgrading? Can I buy a license to allow me to upgrade one firewall to a particular version - one off. Or can I buy a support contract to allow me to upgrade all my FW's for a period of time. We also have switches and routers so if something could cover them all that would be ideal.
What do others do or recommend?
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