It all depends what Firepower-Version you are running on your ASA. With 9.2 on the ASA it's likely that you run a quite outdated Firepower version and the replacement ASA is newer than the old ASA. If that is the case then:
Update the ASA-software to a recent version (I prefer the newest 9.6 interim)
Update Firepower management Center to the newest 6.2.2 version
Update Firepower to the newest 6.2.2
Install the same ASA-software on the new ASA
Assumed that the sw-model on the new ASA also comes with a 6.2 version:
setup the module for your FPMC.
Apply the latest Updates to the new Firepower
For the Firepower config you don't need a backup. After adding the new module to the Firepower Management Center you can just apply the policies again.
My question is , after I have installed the firepower (same version as of active ASA) on the new SSD if I take the backup from the active ASA with firepower module and apply that on the backup ASA firepower module, will that be ok
This document describes how to generate an FXOS troubleshoot file for 2100/4100/9300-series devices
The information in this document is based on these software and hardware versions:
Cisco Firepower 9300 Security Appliance r...
FP URL filtering capability can classify the URLs based on:
Reputation (risk level)
This varies from High Risk (level 1) to Well Known (level 5)
Category + Reputation
If you select a reputation level to allow,...
Cisco Press has published a step-by-step visual guide to configuring and troubleshooting of the Cisco Firepower Threat Defense (FTD). Each consistently organized chapter on this book contains definitions of keywords, operational flowcharts, architectural ...