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How to convert a ASA 5515 to a NGFW - steps ?

Dear all,

We want to test now the Cisco ASA NGFW and therefore I have to convert the 5515 Firewall .

What I have is a SSD Card ?

 

What are the steps now ?

( putting the SSD in the fw and then re-Imaging ? How  , Need a IPS License , Loading IPS SW etc.)

 

can anybody help ?

 

 show modul

Mod  Card Type                                    Model              Serial No.
---- -------------------------------------------- ------------------ -----------
   0 ASA 5515-X with SW, 6 GE Data, 1 GE Mgmt, AC ASA5515            FCH1725J3KS
 ips Unknown                                      N/A                FCH1725J3KS
cxsc Unknown                                      N/A                FCH1725J3KS

Mod  MAC Address Range                 Hw Version   Fw Version   Sw Version
---- --------------------------------- ------------ ------------ ---------------
   0 7c69.f62b.ee63 to 7c69.f62b.ee6a  1.0          2.1(9)8      9.1(1)
 ips 7c69.f62b.ee61 to 7c69.f62b.ee61  N/A          N/A
cxsc 7c69.f62b.ee61 to 7c69.f62b.ee61  N/A          N/A

Mod  SSM Application Name           Status           SSM Application Version
---- ------------------------------ ---------------- --------------------------
 ips Unknown                        No Image Present Not Applicable
cxsc Unknown                        No Image Present Not Applicable

Mod  Status             Data Plane Status     Compatibility
---- ------------------ --------------------- -------------
   0 Up Sys             Not Applicable
 ips Unresponsive       Not Applicable
cxsc Unresponsive       Not Applicable

Mod  License Name   License Status  Time Remaining
---- -------------- --------------- ---------------
 ips IPS Module     Disabled        perpetual

 

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If you work with your reseller or Cisco account SE, they can help you choose the right platform based on real-world measurements of the various hardware with different combinations of the features turned on.

Cisco doesn't publicly publish all of the details of internal testing.

Marvin Rhoads
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In addition to what Karsten answered, you can work with a Cisco partner who has a security practice (search for Master Security specialization).

They can advise you on the proper license to purchase or, if you'd like, set you up with a 60-day trial license for FirePOWER proof-of-value demonstration on your ASA.

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