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how do I use an old config file in cluster ?

Hi,

I have an asa cluster, and saved the config on disk0 once a week.

Now I would like to replay the config from last week, but it doesn ?t work.

I thought when I configure the boot config statement pointing to the old config on disk0 it should work. but ist doesn ?t. The Secondary takes over, and then the Primary comes back, but with the old config.

How does is work ?

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Re: how do I use an old config file in cluster ?

Disconnect the command switch from the member switches and physically remove it from the cluster. Insert the member switch in place of the failed command switch, and duplicate its connections to the cluster members. Start a CLI session on the new command switch.

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