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ASA5545 Context Mode - Monitoring Hardware status

Hafiz_HR
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Hi all,

 

I have been requested to check the hardware status for ASA5545. unfortunately, I can't enter the commands below as the firewall has change to multiple context mode. I'm not familiar on this context mode, hope someone can guide me how to access command below if the firewall has been virtualized.

 

This is the command I want to enter:

#show environment
#show power

 

Thanks,

Hafiz

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Aref Alsouqi
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Not sure if those commands would be shown under the system or the admin context. If you want to get into the system context use the command "changeto system", and if you want to get into the admin (or any other context) use the command "changeto context admin". Admin context name could be different than the default one "admin".

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balaji.bandi
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these commands are available only system or admin context (depends on config)

 

multi-context means one hardware with few or many instances with resources allocated to context (like virtual)

 

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Aref Alsouqi
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Not sure if those commands would be shown under the system or the admin context. If you want to get into the system context use the command "changeto system", and if you want to get into the admin (or any other context) use the command "changeto context admin". Admin context name could be different than the default one "admin".

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