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ASA5510 command question

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Hello,
I need to know about these commands regarding the PIX and ASA:

Regarding the PIX command: sysopt connection permit-ipsec,
Was this command moved forward and used on the ASA5510?

Or was it replaced on the ASA5510 by this command: isakmp nat-traversal 20?

Thanks for your help!
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The command is not required in ASA configuration. I think it was essentially replaced by "isakmp permit <interface>" it's basically what turns IPSec on.
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Thanks for clearing up its usage, you are correct in saying this is basically what turns on IPSec, however the syntax is "isakmp enable <interface>".  Thanks for your help.
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