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Unable to backup my ASA5505 to tftp server

Posted on 2012-03-15
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ASA5505 is remote from my office.    The tftp service is running on my computer.   I need to back up the device and to create a carbon copy on a device located in my office.   Using ASDM I can ping from the remote device to my computer's IP address but when I try to copy the running config the device does not see tftp server.    Why?
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Have you configured the ASA to allow TFTP transfer to your internal IP and also is TFTP allowed as an incoming connection on your firewall of your desktop?
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No I am unfamiliar with how to do that.     The ip address of my computer is 192.168.36.123 and the remote device is 172.16.7.1.   A vpn tunnel is up and running from the device to my vpn concentrator on my site.
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Here is what I see on the Access config
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