I am upgrading an ASA 5510 from ASA822-k8 to ASA841-k8. I know I have to upgrade the RAM to 1GB from 256MB, but was wondering if it is a direct upgrade, or do I have to step through some of the 8.3(x) versions?
I want to upgrade my ASA 5510 from version 7.0(6) to 8.2(5). Reading the release notes for 8.2(5) it says the DRAM requirement is 256MB unless you have high CPU usage. Also it says I need to upgrade through the major releases, from 7.0(x) to 7.1(x) and 7.1(x) to 7.2(x) and then from 7.2(x) to 8.2(x). The questions are:
- My ASA has 256MB of RAM and 68% of free memory, would you think it will run the 8.2(5) version with no problem? - When making the upgrades to the major releases, is there any consideration regarding the configuration file? Or the versions to use for the 7.1 and 7.2 versions? - Would you recommend making all the upgrades in one maintenance window? How much time could it take?
1-Can I do this upgrade directly? i have single ASA 5510 running 8.0.4, i want to upgrade it to 8.2.1, is it as simple as copying IOS and setting boot sequence?
2-I am copying IOS 8.2.1 from my another 5520 ASA, and installing it on 5510 ASA, will it cause any issues? just checking if there is any secret keys involved that can cause issue? (As far hardware req is concerned i have checked my both ASA matches Memory/Flash requirements)
I have a two ASA HA and I'd like to upgrade the license to ASA5500-SSL-250. I need to know if i have to purchase one license (ASA5500-SSL-250) for the Active unit and one license (ASA5500-SSL-250) for the standby unit.
One of my clients has an ASA 5510 running version 7.0(8) and ASDM 5.0(8). My question, to what versions of each software can I update the appliance to? Additionally, must I upgrade incrementally? i.e from 7.0 to 7.1 then to 7.2? I did find this article ,URL,That states you must go from 5.0 to 5.1 to 5.2, but 5.1 and 5.2 do not appear to be on the download page. The earliest release I could find was 6.2. Can I update the ASA version all the way up to v8 and then update ASDM? Also, noob question, updating the software doesn't erase any of the configurations does it? This is a live firewall and downtime for reconfiguration isn't much of an option.
we recently upgraded our ASA 5510 active/standby cluster from ASA Version 8.3.2 to 8.4.1(11). Unfortunately the standby ASA is now crashing a few seconds after the configuration was synchronized from the active ASA.
Also completely disabling HA, bringing the default config to standby ASA again and activating HA afterwards did not work. Also tried through the Wizard provided by ASDM to be sure to have no errors with requirements.
How to solve this without doing a downgrade back to 8.3.2. ?
I am trying to upgrade all my firewalls to Security Plus but I am not sure what firewalls are needing the upgrade. Is there a SNMP pull I can do to see what license is on my firewall? example: "This platform has an ASA 5510 Security Plus license." via SNMP
We have a 5510 ASA that was running 8.0 and were using it for clientless VPN access. Through this, we published bookmarks that linked to an internal Microsoft 2008R2 RemoteApps server, which users logged on to and then launched RemoteApps (basically being RDP sessions to apps on the server).All worked fine until we upgraded to 8.4 over the weekend and we now can't launch the RemoteApps. We can still login through the ASA, still click a bookmark to take us to the RemoteApps server's webpage, still then authenticate against the domain fine and still see the published apps. The problem now is when we launch the apps we get "this computer can't connect to the remote computer" messages and the app fails to launch. Nothing has changed on the RemoteApp server side, only the upgrade to 8.4.
We want to run ASA 8.4.x on an old ASA5540. We need to upgrade its memory to 2 GB with the following memory upgrade: ASA5540-MEM-2GB=
I suspect that we will completely remove the existing 1 GB of memory and replace it with 2 GB. If this is the case, can I use this 1 GB of memory removed from the ASA5540 and put it in a ASA5510 instead of buying a ASA5510-MEM-1GB= for the ASA5510?
I am looking to upgrade a 5510 that is currently on code version 8.0(4) to code version 9.1. I know I will have to upgrade to 1gb ram, but can i just upgrade straight to version 9.1 or do I need to follow an upgrade path? This is a standalone device so I am planning on downtime.
After I have upgraded our ASA 5510 to 8.4.2 I have problem with the management interface.Our former firmware 8.2.3 had no problem using the management interface as a DMZ zone, but after we upgraded to 8.4.2 we can't make it work.The interface and the protocol is up, when I type: show interface.But when I ping the interface from a computer connectet to the interface, nothing happens. Even the logging shows nothing.
I need to upgrade the active/standby failover pair of 5510 ASA's to have1 Gig DRAM each, and I am trying to plan out the upgrade process. I'm looking for a zero downtime upgrade process.
I know that the failover pair has to have the same amount of memory, so how do I perform a zero-downtime upgrade process?Can I power off the standby unit and upgrade it's memory first? Or will it cause a memory mismatch between the active and standby units when it is powered on?
I have a site to site tunnel (bidirectional) configured between two ASA 5510's (head office and remote office) running 8.2.2. I'm trying to upgrade one end (head office) of the tunnel to 8.3.2 but when I do that, traffic from the remote office to the head office isn't transported. Traffic from the head office to the remote office is still fine (remote desktop sessions, etc).
A quick comparison of the 8.2.2 config and the 8.3.2 config on the head office ASA look identical in terms of the crypto/site-to-site commands.Is there any Cisco guide created yet for creating site/site tunnels under 8.3.2? I'm able to upgrade both ASA at the same time if that's determined to be a prerequisite.
I have two Windows 7 computers and neither one will successfully upgrade a 1242 AP to LWAP. However, I go to a coworker's XP machine and run the tool without issues. On Windows 7 I keep receiving the error message of ACL or Firewall is blocking. I have added rules and then even tried disabling the firewalls completely on both computers and still no success.
Is it possible to upgrade the CSACS-1121-UP-K9 to be a non upgrade part? We were going to upgrade from a Windows 4.x to the above Appliance (version 5.x) but there is now a reason to keep the old Windows version running therefore we cannot give the new Appliance the old ACS's licenses?!So we should have (with hindsight) bought a fresh version of the ACS 5.x rather than an upgrade.
I'm trying to figure out how to get two 5510 ASA's to establish a Site-to-Site VPN.The version with two static IP's is working perfectly and stable but I haven't figured out how to get a VPN running between a static and a dynamic IP
I have a project to upgrade LMS3.2 to a new PI 1.2. my current plan is
1. build a new VM to install LMS 4.2 2. backup LMS 3.2 ( not SP1) 3. import 3.2 data to the new 4.2 machine 4.build a PI 1.2 and import 4.2 data into PI 1.2 5. run the devices side by side untill parity
As 3.2 is not SP1 can the data still be migrated into 4.2 or will I need to upgrade 3.2 to 3.2.1 ( SP1)? Is there a script to backup/restore data from 3.2 to 4.2?
I am upgrading the LMS 3.2.0 to LMS 3.2 SP1 software and also RME 4.3.0 to RME4.3.1. Do I need to add further patches to make CiscoWorks up to date.I know that LMS 4 is released but currently we are not planning to buy it.
we are running LMS 3.1 on an Win 2003 Server and now we have purchased an LMS 4.01. I installed LMS 4.01 on an new Win 2008 R2 Server. Now I want to restore an backup from the LMS 3.1 Server on the new LMS 4.01 Server. But the restore does not start and I get a message.
I have a VPN (Easy VPN) with lots of 857/857W routers. Currently we are experiencing problems FTP'ing files from the connected PC's to our central server. The problems occur especially when our main link is a bit congested and so I thought of implementing QOS on the site routers to hopefully get the FTP's through more reliably.I played with various configurations, but I can't seem to get the FTP throughput up significantly. It does not seem to work so well. It looks like I may be getting about 1kB/s more on the FTP throughput at times, but it has not made a significant difference. I am testing it by streaming a few video streams from the site PC to our server while simultaneously doing the FTP's.
tried to upgrade from WCS 184.108.40.206 to 220.127.116.11 however the upgrade failed as I ran out of disk space on the appliance (a converted WLSE running Redhat 5.5) I freed up some disk space but now when I try and run the upgrade I get the following error:
I've deleted all the WCS 6 files and logs that I can find but makes no difference. I only want to do this upgrade so that I can then upgrade to WCS v7 and export my existing licences to use in a new NCS install and the export licences option isn't available in versions earlier than WCS 7.