Alternatively to recover, perform one of the three solutions:
Upload your configuration to a TFTP server. This is needed because once the configuration is sent to the TFTP server, the pre-shared key and other passwords appear as clear text (instead of ******** , as in the show run command).
To upload your configuration to a TFTP server, issue this command:
ASA#write net [[server_ip]:[filename]]):
Once the file is saved on the TFTP server, you can open it with a text editor and view the passwords in clear text.
The configuration can also be uploaded to an FTP server. This is the command:
I have an ISP in Australia that requires VLAN 100 to connect to the Internet. This is pure data. It is Australia's NBN system. They have handed us a .252 Public IP to use on our Firewall with a default route to the upstream router they are using for...
If you are just starting with Threat Response for the first time, use our quick start guides for Umbrella, Email Security, or Firepower. You can also check out our module configuration videos on YouTube and the in-product configuration details.
If you own AMP for Endpoints, you can manage users within the AMP dashboard. If you have other Cisco products, you can manage users at https://castle.amp.cisco.com/my/users.
Learn more about Threat Response here, or check out other FAQs here.