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CSC SSM 6.0 (Build 1349) Upgrade

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CSC SSM 6.0 (Build 1349) Upgrade

Postby Guest » Sun Jun 05, 2005 5:03 am

Dear All,

 

I have a old version on my CSC SSM module 6.0, I want to upgrade to the last version.I never use the CSC SSM module, so first i must activate it using the activation key right ?

 

From my understanding I need to install first the release csc6.1-b1519, i have tryed to find it on cisco software center, but it seems unavaiable. Someone can help me to understand how upgrade my CSC SSM module?At last when I will upgrade the CSC SSM, the activation key remain vaild? I have also the plus license.

 

Best Regards,

 

Igor.

Guest
 

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Re:CSC SSM 6.0 (Build 1349) Upgrade

Postby Guest » Sun Jun 05, 2005 5:54 am

Hi Igor,

 

Since you are running a very old version, not sure whether you would even get the version you stated on CIsco site, but what you can do is, re-image the module to 6.3.1172.0.bin file, after doing the re-image, activate the license by putting in the license key for base and sec plus. And then upgrade the version to 6.3.1172.4 which is the latest. Then you can restore your old configuration.

 

You would first need to make the backup of the config as following:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/security/csc/csc60/administration/guide/csc6.html#wp1041575

 


Before we perform re-image to the CSC please take the backup for following
also:

ASA Configuration and License.

CSC configuration backup.
CSC License Backup.

Download the Image csc6.3.1172.0.bin for re-image and then upgrade the CSC
to csc6.3.1172.3.pkg.

Link for CSC Re-image Steps and Procedure:
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/customer/docs/security/csc/csc63/administration/guide/cscappb.html

 

Let me know if this helps.

 

P.S.- do rate helpful posts.

 

Thanks,

Varun

Guest
 

Re:CSC SSM 6.0 (Build 1349) Upgrade

Postby Guest » Sun Jun 05, 2005 7:13 am

Dear Varun and All,

 


I am trying to re-image my CSC module as described in the previous 3d, but I got the error "Link is Down" when the CSC module try to contact the TFTP server.

 

The Asa5520 where the CSC is installed is configured in multiple context, I am trying to execute the CSC re-image procedure from the system context, that see only the Gigabitethernet 0/0 that is configured as statefull link (I have another asa5520 as active failover).

I have configured the CSC to recover in this way:

 

hw module 1 recover configure

 

Image URL tftp://172.16.08.38/csc6.3.1172.0.bin

Port IP Address 172.16.08.38

VLAN ID 33

Gateway IP Address 172.16.08.33

 

After that I do the command hw module 1 recover boot

lot-1 123> Cisco Systems ROMMON Version (1.0(11)2) #0: Thu Jan 26 10:43:08 PST 2006
Slot-1 124> Platform ASA-SSM-CSC-20
Slot-1 125> GigabitEthernet0/0
Slot-1 126> Link is DOWN
Slot-1 127> MAC Address: 0018.199e.7c01
Slot-1 128> Link State is Down
Slot-1 129> Rebooting due to Autoboot error ...
Slot-1 130> Rebooting....

 

 

But the Gigabitethernet is up, I have also tryed to ping from the Asa the TFTP server 172.16.08.38 an it works.

 

Do you have any idea?

Best regards,

 

Igor.

Guest
 

Re:CSC SSM 6.0 (Build 1349) Upgrade

Postby Guest » Sun Jun 05, 2005 7:21 am

Hi,

 

The Port Ip address should be the management IP address here.

 

Thanks,

Varun

Guest
 

Re:CSC SSM 6.0 (Build 1349) Upgrade

Postby Guest » Sun Jun 05, 2005 7:45 am

*Management Ip of CSC module.

 

And you can leave the default gateway option to be blank.

 

Let me know if it works.

 

Thanks,

Varun

Guest
 



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