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Scopy and ASA in context mode

I have a few ASAs with a context based mode. I would like to securely copy off all configurations from each of the ASAs. I can copy down the configuration using putty secure copy for each context with commands such as:

pscp myuser@10.1.1.1:Context1.cfg .

however I would also like to get the running-config of the system itself. The actual file is in system: and is named running-config. Is there a way to copy this over using scopy, or do I have to copy it from system: to disk0: and then scopy it down from there?

Thanks in advance for any help.

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Re: Scopy and ASA in context mode

Direct copying of the running-config file from the flash can be done using FTP or TFTP but both of these are not secure. To securely copy the running-config do a SSH to the ASA and then copy the output of "show run".

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