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Can we apply the config and execute at certain time ?

Hello Guys, 

 

Is it possible to apply the configuration and execute at certain time just like Alcatel devices? if yes how ?

 

Device model = WS-C3560V2-48PS-S (Switch)

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Hi,No, Cisco switches don't

Hi,

No, Cisco switches don't have the option.  When you enter a command it will take effect immediately.

HTH

Cisco Employee

Only reload can be scheduled

Only reload can be scheduled.

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/switches/lan/catalyst3560/software/release/12-2_52_se/configuration/guide/3560scg/swipaddr.html#wp1072139

 

2)

we have cisco prime if you have money you can invest on that from which you can do some kind of scheduling.

HTH

 

yes. you can save startup

yes.

 

you can save startup-config and reload at any preconfigured time

how to do it?

copy start tftp

edit file

copy tftp start

reload at hh:mm

 

I did so several times because I can not do configuration changes in production time, only in night time

 

 

 

or you can use eem script

or you can execute third party script like telnet script or ssh script

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A variation of what Tagir and others have suggested would be to instead of doing a scheduled reload, bundle your config changes into a separate file, stored on local flash and then have an EEM script, at the desired time, copy the local flash file to the running config.

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Any cisco documents how to do

Any cisco documents how to do it or set of commands.

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For the configuration file, all you need to do is build the commands, off-line, save, and then copy (via tftp or FTP) to device flash.  Then what you want the EEM script to do is just (something like) "copy flash:filename running-config".

I've done very, very little with EEM, but there's another forum for it.  You can ask EEM questions there.

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