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  • Backup Runn-Confg To A Folder

    How do you backup using cli, the running config of an ASA to a destination folder on my network server. It would require username and password.


    I have a mapped drive to this location, so if i use the ASDM, it does it just fine. But i'm getting away from using the ASDM. The ASDM shows all commands before sending them exect on backing up.



    Thanks

  • #2
    Re: Backup Runn-Confg To A Folder

    This may help:


    •To copy to an SMB file-system, enter the following command:

    hostname# copy disk{0 | 1}:/[path/]filename
    smb://[user[assword]@]server[/path]/filename
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      Re: Backup Runn-Confg To A Folder

      what is the {0 | 1}, and the [path/]. i never understood what [ ] , and { }, was for. also what is the 0 and 1

      how would it look like 10.1.10.72/it/cisco/asa backups/filename user being test and password being password



      thanks
      Last edited by Kobe 310; 7th June 2013, 02:22.

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      • #4
        Re: Backup Runn-Confg To A Folder

        Some ASA's have multiple flash partitions, that's what the 0, 1 are. The path after that would be the path of the file your trying to backup.
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        • #5
          Re: Backup Runn-Confg To A Folder

          i was wondering if you could write the command for me. I somehow always do it wrong.

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