Cisco ASA Command Line Basics

This post is for people who are new to the Cisco ASA command line, or seasoned network administrators like myself who need to review or brush up on the command line basics for the ASA console. Instead of using my own words, I’ll just refer to the official documentation as a good reference and intro.

This is a great resource because it covers many common tricks and techniques to make the best use of your ASA device. CLI skills obtained from this article help us quickly accomplish complex tasks rather than stumbling through basic device configuration.

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