ASA Upgrade - Different Ways to load files to Flash

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Aug 18, 2010 7:05 AM
Aug 18th, 2010

Upgrading an ASA from FTP:

copy ftp://[username[:password]@]<SERVER>[/path]/filename {flash:/ | disk0:/ | disk1:/}[path/]filename

Example:
copy ftp://pshanubh:*********@10.250.0.11/asa803-19-k8.bin disk0:/asa803-19-k8.bin

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Upgrading an ASA from HTTPS:

copy http[s]://[username[:password]@]<SERVER>[:port][/path]/filename {flash:/ | disk0:/ | disk1:/ }[path/]filename

Example:
copy http://pshanubh:********@10.250.0.11:80/asa803-19-k8.bin disk0:/asa803-19-k8.bin


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Upgrading an ASA from SSh/SCP:

--> Enable SCP on the ASA
    To use the SCP method, you must first enable it on the firewall:
        hostname(config)# ssh scopy enable

--> Copying files to the ASA
    From a Unix/Linux host with OpenSSH or Tectia SSH installed:
    Enter the following command:
      scp –v <filename> username@asa_address
     
      Ex:
      scp –v asa803-19-k8.bin pshanubh@10.88.9.1

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jtmajorx5 Sat, 12/21/2013 - 16:19

So, this is what I got

FW# show run ssh

ssh scopy enable

ssh 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 INSIDE

When I try to copy with PSCP I get the following:

D:\Users\jmajor\Documents>pscp.exe -2 -scp -pw ***** anyconnect-win-3.0.10057

-k9.pkg username@x.x.x.x:anyconnect-win-3.0.10057-k9.pkg

Fatal: Received unexpected end-of-file from server

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