Transferring running configuration from one PIX 506e to another
It's been a while since working with PIX firewalls and one of ours in a remote location is starting to develop hardware issues (CPU fan). Trouble is, we've got it set to complete a static VPN tunnel to the location where I'm working at and the tunnel is a necessity for operations. I've been working on transferring the running-config from that (the PIX with the bad fan) to a new PIX 506e that we will use to replace it.
I've been using HyperTerminal and a console connection to capture the running -config as a text file, but when it comes to sending it to the newer PIX, I've been getting erroneous entries in the running config after doing so.
The older PIX is running IOS version 6.3(3), while the newer PIX is running 6.3(5). Is there something I'm missing either in the IOS version compatibility, or is it a matter of my procedure?
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