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Erased dir on new ASA 5585

So, I accidentally erased the entire directory on a new Cisco ASA 5585-A-SSP-60 (don't ask). Thank God it wasn't in production, lol.  Needless to say, all I can do now is boot into ROMMON. We have another identical 5585 that still has it's directory intact.  I was wondering if I can just copy the .pkg and .bin files from it over to a TFTP server and then pull those same files down to the ASA in which I erased everything?  Any and all feedback is much appreciated, thanks!

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VIP Purple

Pretty much, yes.

Pretty much, yes.

New Member

Thanks for the response

Thanks for the response Philip!

Hall of Fame Super Silver

Ditto to what Phil said.

Ditto to what Phil said.

(moved thread to Security - Firewalling)

New Member

Thank you for responding!

Thank you for responding!

VIP Purple

So, I accidentally erased the

So, I accidentally erased the entire directory on a new Cisco ASA 5585-A-SSP-60 (don't ask).

Why did you do that? ;-)

And instead of copying everything from the other ASA, you could also load the files from cisco.com (assuming you have a support-contract).


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Karsten, I knew someone would

Karsten, I knew someone would ask, lol.  :)

Thank you for responding.

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