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Cat Tools backup firewall module of Cisco 6506

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I want to backup config file of fire wall module of 6506 and it keeps failling.

Put ssh username and password and Enable password. To me look like all the entry is fine, but when it authenticated username and password then it dropps.

In CatTools I get faild login here is the firewall logs. 10.9.2.18 is the IP of the server & 10.12.0.1 is IP of firewall.

%FWSM-6-611101: User authentication succeeded: Uname: testusername
%FWSM-6-605005: Login permitted from 10.9.2.18/51554 to INTERNAL-FW:10.12.0.1/ss h for user "testusername"
%FWSM-6-302014: Teardown TCP connection 0 for INTERNAL-FW:10.12.0.1/1118 to INTE RNAL-FW:10.9.8.24/49 duration 0:00:00 bytes 754 TCP FINs
%FWSM-6-106015: Deny TCP (no connection) from 10.9.2.18/51553 to 10.12.0.1/22 fl ags ACK  on interface INTERNAL-FW
%FWSM-6-106015: Deny TCP (no connection) from 10.9.2.18/51553 to 10.12.0.1/22 fl ags RST  on interface INTERNAL-FW

I can login to firewall normally with CatTools telent/ssh and with putty as well.
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are you able to ping or telnet the module from your backup server...
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Yes, as I mentioned, even I can do telnet or ssh from CatTools with click on the button. Just the auto config backup couldn’t login to firewall.
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There must be some info logs in the Cattools...what does they say...
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If I put the wrong username and password, then comes up with username and password is incorect. But if the ussername and password is fine comes with "login failed".
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can you put the snapshot of the password settings for that device...
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Hey
What ssh are you using from Cattools?

There are options for ssh1, ssh2 and Cisco ssh
Its in the device configuration - I use Cisco SSH for firewalls but have not tried it on a firewall module.

Try the options here incuding telnet if you can't get ssh to happen.

hth
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I have tried all of those ssh but didn't work where can I find the option for ssh give me more details, can't find it.
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Click on the devices tab then click on the device and click edit.
The information you are looking for is Connect Via - and Method *
Method lists the versions of ssh

I would try a couple of these out
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Thanks guys for your comment, when I change the device type to Firewall.ASA it works.
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Good stuff!
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My last comment was the solution
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