There isn't one, as far as I know. I would recommend simply thinking of it as deploying a completely new product, instead of an upgrade. Write out a completely new configuration for the device, and upload it after the upgrade.
Ok, I understand, but I do not think that it is necessary to deployment a new product since we have the possibility of obtaining the new version of PIXOS for his update. Besides, our PIX is a 525 series and it allows this procedure, only that I thought that suddenly, there was some type of tool wherewith speed up the reconfiguration process.
In any case, your recommendation with regard to write out a completely new configuration for the device, and upload it after the upgrade, it is the procedure to continue.
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