I'm having difficulty pulling configs from our ASA's. I teamed up with an engineer to figure out why and he came up with:
"...the issue is someone has placed a âtftp-serverâ command in the config. This commands allows people to do a âwr netâ and it will then take the parameter from the tftp-server command and inputs it into the âwr netâ. Setting the IP address and directory\file_name.
You can only have one âtftp-serverâ so when you attempt to sent the config to another ip address by doing a âwr net ip_addr:filename, it concatenates with the âtftp-serverâ command. Creating a bogus location. If there were no âtftp-serverâ command it would allow a command line input and thus allow multiple locations. But would eliminate the use of only a âwr netâ.
I don't think there is a way to over ride the âtftp-serverâ command, other than remove it..."
I can see where this makes sense so is it the only option? RME has ssh access so how does it use that access? Does it log in and do a "wr net"?
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