ASA 5506x

Posted on 2016-08-18
Last Modified: 2016-08-25
I have 4 ASA 5506's, is it possible to setup one and saved the config file and then upload to the rest of the ASA5506's?
Question by:mwauki
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by:Jan Springer
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If by "upload" you mean tftp/ftp/scp and they're on the same network, you will need to provide a different WAN interface IP for each device unless that tftp/ftp/scp server is a laptop to which the 5506 is directly connected.

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ID: 41763431
upload via asdm.
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by:Jan Springer
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If it's locally connected to the same network as the production unit, you will need to give each unit its own WAN IP.

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thanks... am working with dynamic and static ips given by isp.... thanks for the confirmation...

so with the pppoe, all i have to change is the pppoe credentials, right?  is there a way to confirm that it would work before bringing to the designated sites?
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If you are configuring devices that will be used at other locations, you should configure each based upon the location information.  As far as verifying the information, you can configure a laptop with the pppoe information and hook it up direct.

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thank you!

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