[rancid] Re: rancid with Cisco ASA 5520 in Multiple Context Mode
Bob.Brunette at cdw.com
Thu Apr 23 14:01:37 UTC 2009
Sam, you're not missing any magic command.
The system context contains the physical interface configurations as well as the context configurations, which include the interface and resource allocations for each context. All of this is critical information if you need to rebuild a multi-context ASA configuration from scratch after a hardware failure, say.
From: Sam Stickland [mailto:sam_mailinglists at spacething.org]
Sent: Thursday, April 23, 2009 8:55 AM
To: Bob Brunette
Cc: Carlo; 'Peter Serwe'; rancid-discuss at shrubbery.net
Subject: Re: [rancid] Re: rancid with Cisco ASA 5520 in Multiple Context Mode
Bob Brunette wrote:
> Sadly, there is no way to login to the system execution space, and that's where the "master" config is that defines all of the contexts--you must get to it by issuing a "changeto system" command from the admin context
Really? My system context just shows the context allocations, but not
the context config. Is there a magic command I'm missing?
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