Since the Pix 506E runs v6.x code and the ASA 5510 runs v7.x code, you should do the configuration from scratch. There are enough differences between the two that you probably can't just 'cut and paste' the 506E config into the ASA 5510 without experiencing problems. I'd reccommend just doing the configuration via a console cable, just to familiarize yourself with the command syntax differences, etc.
I actually like the v7.x syntax, as it is a bit more like 'regular' IOS commands in that you get interface configuration modes, etc.
My forte is not hardware but out of necessity I am the go to guy here at work. If you have the time can you provide a bit more detail? What do you mean by remove the pdm (Pix Device Manager) from the 506e? Thanks.
i did a bunch of pix515 6.3 to 7.x upgrades and i found the easiest way was to copy/paste small sections from the old 6.3 config into the new device. in most cases, even where the syntax has changed, 7.x will automagically convert it to the new syntax.
some commands are longer there at all though...two of the most popular that come to mind include:
and failover (but 506's dont support failover so you're ok here)
fixup has been replaced by the inspection policy-maps (which shoudl be in the new device by default)
and conduits were replaced by ACL's.
can you really get 7.x to run on a 506 if you take pdm off? that's cool...
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We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
In Syslog I also se...