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Cisco ASA Upgrade from 7.0(8) to 8.2(1)

Hi,   i need to upgrade my 5510 ASA from 7.0(8) to 8.2(1)       ( Please note its different query from my last thread)

what i found online is i will have to do this upgrade in sequence, that is

7.0.x -> 7.2.x --> 8.0.x --> 8.2.1

is that correct?

or i will go to 7.1.x first? like this

7.0.x--> 7.1.x -> 7.2.x --> 8.0.x --> 8.1.x--> 8.2.1

Please guide, Also i am assuming, reboot required after every upgrade right?

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New Member

Cisco ASA Upgrade from 7.0(8) to 8.2(1)

Any one ?

New Member

Cisco ASA Upgrade from 7.0(8) to 8.2(1)

ok, i found something on another Cisco document. that is what i thought

"

To ensure that your configuration updates  correctly, you must upgrade to each major release in turn. Therefore, to  upgrade from Version 7.0 to Version 8.2, first upgrade from 7.0 to 7.1,  then from 7.1 to 7.2, and finally from Version 7.2 to Version 8.2 (8.1  was only available on the ASA 5580). "

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Cisco ASA Upgrade from 7.0(8) to 8.2(1)

Just to confirm i did the way above suggested and was successful.

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Cisco ASA Upgrade from 7.0(8) to 8.2(1)

You can upgrade from any 7.x code version to any other version without needing to do it sequentially as long as you meet the memory requirements for the newer code version

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