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Upgrade from  Cisco Pix 506 to Pix 515e

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I currently have a Cisco pix 506 in production running version 6.3.  I'm trying to upgrade to a Cisco 515e with an unrestricted license running version 8.0(4) .  I'm trying to move my  vpn configuration over and I'm getting errors on the sysopt connection permit-pptp and sysopt connecion permit-l2tp commands.  I understand some changes were made from version 6 to 7 but every time I open the cisco document it freezes up.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.  
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The 7.x code and above no longer supports the pptp connections terminating on the ASA.  It does support l2tp.  Here is a doc that shows how it supports the l2tp connection:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6120/products_configuration_example09186a00807213a7.shtml
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Thank you very much.
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