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Pix Nvram

is there a command to show the free memory of a Pix (where store the pix configuration)?

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Re: Pix Nvram

Hi,

you can have a look at the files in the flash by using the 'show flash' command.

It tells you how many files are stored in flash and the length of the file.

By using the 'show version' command you can see the total size of the flash.

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pixfirewall(config)# sh flash

flash file system: version:2 magic:0x12345679

file 0: origin:0 length:1540152

file 1: origin:1572864 length:1387

file 2: origin: 0 length:0

file 3: origin: 2752512 length:4748324

file 4: origin: 7864320 length:280

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pixfirewall(config)# sh ver

Cisco PIX Firewall Version 6.2(2)

Cisco PIX Device Manager Version 2.1(1)

Compiled on Fri 07-Jun-02 17:49 by morlee

pixfirewall up 3 hours 14 mins

Hardware: PIX-501, 16 MB RAM, CPU Am5x86 133 MHz

Flash E28F640J3 @ 0x3000000, 8MB <----------!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

BIOS Flash E28F640J3 @ 0xfffd8000, 128KB

0: ethernet0: address is 000a.f45f.2758, irq 9

1: ethernet1: address is 000a.f45f.2759, irq 10

Licensed Features:

Failover: Disabled

VPN-DES: Enabled

VPN-3DES: Disabled

Maximum Interfaces: 2

Cut-through Proxy: Enabled

Guards: Enabled

URL-filtering: Enabled

Inside Hosts: 10

Throughput: Limited

IKE peers: 5

Serial Number: 806372731 (0x3010457b)

Running Activation Key: 0x385d98cf 0xde9152d2 0x1318946c 0x3bc774fd

Configuration last modified by enable_15 at 14:56:49.570 UTC Sun Dec 1 2002

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Kind Regards,

Tom

Cisco Employee

Re: Pix Nvram

Just to add to this, the PIX flash is partitioned into various sectors, with each partition holding a specific software as follows:

PIX FLASH Partitions

file 0: PIX Firewall binary image, where the .bin file is stored.

file 1: PIX Firewall configuration data that you can view with the show config command.

file 2: PIX Firewall datafile that stores IPSec key and certificate information.

file 3: PIX Firewall PDM image.

file 4: flashfs downgrade information for the show flashfs command.

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