Cisco Firewall :: 5550 - Apply New Startup Configuration To ASA Active Member?

Jun 17, 2012

I have pair of ASA 5550 and I am trying to copy a new config to my member1 (active) as the new configuration I want to use for the pair.  I want to copy this to start-up config on member1 and then reload member1 and have it copy the same config to member2 (stdby).  I guess I am trying to understand if I copy the configuration to member1 and reload it, member 2(stdby) will have become active and try to copy the old configuration to member1 which I do not want. 
 
get the commands straight that I need to execute to make sure the new startup config gets to both members without being overwritten?

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Cisco Firewall :: ASA 5550 Transparent Active / Standby Configuration

Dec 20, 2012

I am in the process of adding a new ASA 5550 as a standby box to an existing ASA 5550 running on transparent mode. Both are on version ASA 8.0(4) and ASDM 6.2(1). I have set the new ASA 5550 to transparent mode. The configurations are the following for the HA: [code]My questions are the following:

1. The management ip address is different than the ip used for the failover link. Since the firewalls are on transparent mode, does the failover ip needs to be the same as the management ip address?
 
2. Does any other additional config is needed for HA to work for basic active/stand-by failover?
 
3. Which is the best method to add the second box without disrupting the active box?

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with the 5550 we get 4 gig ports on slot 0 and 8 gig ports on slot 1, also a fast Ethernet management interface port. The documentation states that only 8 ports can be active at any one time but does that exclude this management port so that I can use this as well ?
 
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I have two ASA 5510s running in Active/Active mode. I need to make config changes on them. How do I go about it? Do I power off the secondary ASA and make the config changes on the primary and then power on the secondary ASA ? Or this another way to do this?

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Sep 21, 2011

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Jun 4, 2012

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May 15, 2011

I have 2 ASA 5540s ver 8.3 in Active/Standby state.I am considering a future hypothetical situation where I might need to rename interfaces or reallocate redundant interface groups.  Doing so obviously has a major impact on the current primary configuration.  My goal would be to minimize or eliminate network downtime during the interface changes.
 
I am wondering if it is possible to force the secondary ASA from the standby to active state.Then temporarily disable failover on the primary unit.Make the interface changes on the primary unit Then reactivate failover on the primary unit Force the primary unit back to active and secondary unit to standby My new interface configuration would then sync from the primary to the secondary.
 
I believe this would work but must ensure that the secondary ASA can function as the active unit while the failover is disabled on the primary unit.  Is there a set length of time the secondary unit can remain active without a failover peer?
 
see issues with operating the secondary unit in this manner while making changes to the primary unit?

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Feb 29, 2012

I have been having an annoying issue for the past few weeks with my ASA setup. We are using the ASA as our Remote Access Gateway and originally had it setup in a Active/Standby failover configuration using 2 x 5520 ASA's.The original setup of the devices was that the 2 x ASA were setup in a failover configuration, with both of them connecting back to the internal network via a 6500 device. Because of using failover I created a VLAN on the 6500 and put the two ports that connect the ASA's into that VLAN. I then configured the VLAN interface to be the EIGRP interface for the neighbour relationship to the ASA's.
 
The problem I am seeing is that the EIGRP neighbour relationship between the Active ASA and the 6500 keeps flapping. It occurs abour 4-5 times every day at randmon intervals. Sometimes the neighbour relationship will stay up for 6-7 hours, other times it flaps every 1-2 hours. I initially thought it was due to the failover configuration so I removed one of the ASA's and removed all of the failover configuration, but the EIGRP neighbour flapping problem still exisits. [code] Since removing the failvoer configuration I am thinking it could be a physical cable problem?

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We have 2 ASA 5510's setup in an active, standby failover configuration. When the primary fails over to standby, the 3rd party cert does not failover to the standby ASA. The users then receive the CERT missing, invalid message and have to select yes, no to move on. This does not occur when the primary is not in failover mode. It is my understanding that failover fails over certs but in our case it does not apper to be working correctly.

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Jan 18, 2012

I have a Cisco 850 router that whas having problems getting an ip address via DHCP. I did some stuff on it but that didn't work, so I rebooted the router to go back to my last saved startup config. When I turned it back on and connected t othe CLI console I got the "Would you like to enter the initial configuration dialogue?" message. Thinikng I just forgot to save anything to the startup config I went through the initial set up again and made sure to save everything to the startup config. After going through the intial config and setting up a vlan to assign DHCP to clients I saved the config and rebooted, upon reboot and connecting to the CLI console I got the same "Would you like to enter the initial configuration dialogue?" message. Tryign the setup once more and making sure everything was saved to startup config I rebooted again just to make sure the changes would stick, and sure enough they didn't. Whay is the config not saving to the startup config? 

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Feb 3, 2013

I'm running LMS3.2 and RME 4.3.1. I deployed a netconfig job to our network which consisted of approximately 800 devices.The report said that the job completed successfully however some of the devices didn't save thier running config to startup.

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We were having a discussion in my group about startup vs running configs, and how often some network managers forget to "click save" when they configure a switch.  Is there a way to configure Ciscoworks to copy the running config to the startup? 

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Aug 14, 2012

I was working on a Cisco 2600 series router earlier today running IOS 12.4. I ran into an issue where I could not clear the startup-config. I tried:

router#erase startup-config
router#reload
router#erase nvram
router#reload

[code]....

each time IP addresses and things got cleared but other aspects did not which should have been. In the nvram there were several files:

Router#dir
Directory of nvram:/
126 -rw- 2143 <no date> startup-config
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1 ---- 49 <no date> persistent-data
2 -rw- 0 <no date> ifIndex-table

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Jan 9, 2012

There are two issues which are testing my resolve.
 
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I want to take the configuration from one ASA 5505 and move it to another ASA 5505. I copied the startup-config file from an ASA 5505 running asa821-k8.bin to an ASA running 8.222-k8 to flash using tftp. I set the boot config parameter on the new asa to flash:/startup-config which is the location of the startup file. If I use copy run start command, I over write the startup file. When I copy the startup configuration to the running configuration I get a Bad Cryptochecksum Ignored error and the startup file does not copy over to the running file. How can I resolve this issue?

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May 21, 2012

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Mar 20, 2012

I am looking at deploying a pair of 5585X's in an active/active multiple context state.  I am creating Mulitple contexts that need to be able to route to each other.  I was going to deploy a type of Gateway context that has a shared interface to all of the other contexts, instead of sharing interfaces directly between the contexts, i beleive this will work as basically i am just cascadng the contexts and sharing interfaces.
 
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I have Context 1, Context 2 and Context GW A including the shared interfaces of Con1 and Con2  in failover group 1 on appliance A with the respective standbys on Appliance 2. I have Context 2, Context 4 and Context GW B including the shared interfaces of Con 3 and Con 4 in failover group 2 on appliance B with the respective standbys on Appliance 1.
 
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Jun 1, 2011

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Apr 22, 2013

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TP-ASA(config)# TP-ASA(config)# TP-ASA(config)# Thread Name: Dispatch UnitPage fault: Address not mapped    vector 0x0000000e       edi 0x24d184b0       esi 0x0000000d       ebp 0x1c6ceaf8       esp 0x1c6ceae0       ebx 0x09e965e0       edx

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