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Upgrading PIX (6.3) to ASA (9.1)

Posted on 2014-09-29
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We are doing a very basic upgrade of two PIX (6.3) firewalls to ASA (9.1).

We would like to take the current configuration from the PIX and apply it to the new ASA. Can this be done and if so, how?
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I'm pretty sure this can not be done. We recently went through a similar hardware upgrade and we had two different consultants tell us that they would need to take the config from the PIX and pretty much hand enter it into the ASA because the systems were so different.
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Agreed - PIX had some common code version but the command were subtly diferent.

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Thank you , that is the feedback i'm getting as well!!
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