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Easy transition from vpn 3005 to asa 5520?

 
 
pfisterfarm
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      06-04-2009
We're considering replacing a pair of PIX 525s and a pair of VPN 3005s
with a single pair of ASA 5520s. I'm looking at the configuration
changes that will be needed. The PIX side seems pretty easy... I've
run the PIX-to-ASA conversion utility on the config, and it looks like
only a few changes are needed. Is there any kind of utility or process
like that on the VPN side? I didn't set the VPN 3005s up originally,
and it will be a bit of work to set the vpn stuff on the ASA and make
sure all features are copied over.

Thanks!

--Steve
 
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