You can copy the existing MOH files to the TFTP server and from your new router copy these MOH files using the "copy tftp flash", as seen below.
Copy this file to a TFTP server and issue the command copy tftp flash on the router the file should reside on. In my case the same Linux server used for SFTP is also a TFTP server. Any Unix-like OS is capable of supporting SFTP and TFTP.
router# copy tftp flash Address or name of remote host ? 22.214.171.124 Source filename ? SampleAudioSource.g729.wav Destination filename [SampleAudioSource.g729.wav]? Accessing tftp://126.96.36.199/SampleAudioSource.g729.wav… Loading SampleAudioSource.g729.wav from 188.8.131.52 (via Serial0/3/0.1): !! [OK - 332600 bytes]
332600 bytes copied in 51.848 secs (6415 bytes/sec)
Thanks for the swuft advice indeed. Just one more question, how can I copy the existing MOH files from the router to a TFTP server? Should I 'go' to the existing router and start from there? I need to set up a TFTP server as well. Cheers.
For copying the MOH files from Router to tftp server.
copy flash:filename tftp
And aslo, if you want to upload multiple files, then there is a better way, in fact it's better to zip up all the files you want to upload into a tarball (if windows then you can use 7-zip (www.7-zip.org) to do this.) A good tftp server is Pumpkin (google pumpkin TFTP).
Hi. You also could use scp to copy from one router directly to flash of another one. To use scp ensure that ssh protocol was enabled on both router and also ip scp scp server enable to enable scp server.
to copy files via scp: copy flash:file scp: specify info router will ask and you are done.
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