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Powering off Cisco ASA5525

Posted on 2014-11-20
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Is there a CLI command or ASDM feature to shutdown an ASA 5525?  I need to move the unit and this involves shutting off the power.  Is there a graceful way to do this or do I just use the power button for shutdown?

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Make sure you have saved your running config other than that no there are no other procedures. Once power is restored it will start back up.
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