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Upgrading ASA 5510

Hi All,

I just want to upgrade the ASA version on 5510 from 8.0(4) to 8.2(5)46. I know it might be straight forward, but I need to confim:

  • The current free memory percentage is 43%. Will it be ok?
  • Will the VPN clients work with new version?
  • In case for - any reason - this new version doesn't work properly, how can I restore back the old one?
  • Also, I want to upgrade the license (currently base license) after this upgarde. Is this fine or do I need to consider anything?

Your help is really appreciated

Thanks in advance,

Omar

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Upgrading ASA 5510

put here

show flash

show mem

ASA-A# sh fla

--#--  --length--  -----date/time------  path

  94  5548032     Jan 01 2003 06:05:34  asa708-k8.bin

   95  4181246     Jan 01 2003 06:05:52  securedesktop-asa-3.2.1.103-k9.pkg

   96  398305      Jan 01 2003 06:06:06  sslclient-win-1.1.0.154.pkg

   10  8192        Apr 15 2010 07:04:38  crypto_archive

   97  6163744     Apr 15 2010 07:16:58  asdm-508.bin

   99  16459776    Aug 20 2010 05:06:08  asa822-k8.bin

    3  8192        Aug 20 2010 05:09:44  log

   11  8192        Aug 20 2010 05:10:02  coredumpinfo

   12  43          Aug 20 2010 05:10:02  coredumpinfo/coredump.cfg

  100  11862220    Aug 20 2010 07:24:28  asdm-625.bin

  101  32768       Jan 01 1980 06:00:00  FSCK0000.REC

  102  8192        Jan 01 1980 06:00:00  FSCK0001.REC

  103  16280544    Jun 27 2013 16:55:22  asdm-645.bin

  104  15464448    Jun 27 2013 16:57:14  asa825-41-k8.bin

255426560 bytes total (178331648 bytes free)

ASA-A#

ASA-A# sh mem

Free memory:       783656144 bytes (73%)

Used memory:       290085680 bytes (27%)

-------------     ----------------

Total memory:     1073741824 bytes (100%)

ASA-A#

New Member

Upgrading ASA 5510

Thanks ttemirgaliyev,

ciscoasa# show flash:

--#--  --length--  -----date/time------  path

  186  14137344    Jan 01 2003 00:06:12  asa804-k8.bin

  187  4096        Aug 18 2011 03:00:12  LOCAL-CA-SERVER

  205  32          Jun 29 2010 02:09:08  LOCAL-CA-SERVER/LOCAL-CA-SERVER.ser

  206  114         Jun 29 2010 02:09:08  LOCAL-CA-SERVER/LOCAL-CA-SERVER.cdb

  207  53          Jun 29 2010 02:52:16  LOCAL-CA-SERVER/LOCAL-CA-SERVER.udb

  199  218         Aug 18 2011 03:00:12  LOCAL-CA-SERVER/LOCAL-CA-SERVER.crl

  208  1515        Jun 29 2010 02:09:10  LOCAL-CA-SERVER/LOCAL-CA-SERVER.p12

   75  4096        Dec 15 2009 14:08:16  log

   80  4096        Dec 15 2009 14:08:30  crypto_archive

  188  7562988     Dec 15 2009 14:10:04  asdm-613.bin

  190  89          Oct 27 2010 02:59:54  dap.xml

  191  9526560     Dec 15 2009 14:11:50  csd_3.4.1108.pkg

  192  4096        Dec 15 2009 14:11:50  sdesktop

  210  1462        Dec 15 2009 14:11:50  sdesktop/data.xml

  193  2397046     Dec 15 2009 14:11:52  anyconnect-wince-ARMv4I-2.3.0254-k9.pkg

  194  2648712     Dec 15 2009 14:11:54  anyconnect-win-2.3.0254-k9.pkg

  195  4217694     Dec 15 2009 14:11:56  anyconnect-macosx-i386-2.3.0254-k9.pkg

  196  4259411     Dec 15 2009 14:11:58  anyconnect-linux-2.3.0254-k9.pkg

  197  15011       Aug 18 2011 09:14:50  temp.conf

  198  16384       Nov 11 2013 11:46:26  syslog

255844352 bytes total (207933440 bytes free)

ciscoasa# show mem

Free memory:       114547272 bytes (43%)

Used memory:       149005624 bytes (57%)

-------------     ----------------

Total memory:      263552896 bytes (100%)


New Member

Upgrading ASA 5510

Hi All,

Please advise on my above enqiries.

Thanks in Advance

Upgrading ASA 5510

it looks like no problem to upgrade. you have enough flash and enough memory.

1.download file asa825-46-k8.bin

2. upload it to flash

3.

copy runn tftp

conf t

no boot system disk0:/asa804-k8.bin
boot system disk0:/asa825-46-k8.bin

exi

wr

and reload asa

4.

in case you need to restore old

conf t

no boot system disk0:/asa825-46-k8.bin

boot system disk0:/asa804-k8.bin

exi

copy tftp runn

wr

and reload asa


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