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How to load configuration using Cisco USB port???

on USB-flush configuration there. I try to download it gives this:

Switch#copy usbflash0: 3560-ST

Source filename [3560-st]?

Destination filename [3560-ST]?

%Error opening usbflash0:3560-st (File not found)

What is the Problem? flash formatted on most Cisco (it has decreased in numbers from 16 GB to 2.75 GB)???

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How to load configuration using Cisco USB port???

If you are copying the config from USB to the running config-

copy usbflash0:conf-file-name running-config

If you want to copy the running config to USB-

copy running-config usbflash0:

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How to load configuration using Cisco USB port???

Hope this helps.

copy usbflash0:filename.txt

Regards,
Chandu

Regards, Chandu
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How to load configuration using Cisco USB port???

Syntax is the one as Chandu poined out.

However, i see there is a space between usb0: and the filename.

"Switch#copy usbflash0: 3560-ST"

Make sure there is no space in the syntax above and also the file name is correct.

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How to load configuration using Cisco USB port???

Thank you so much. It would seem a trifle. But, I had a little brain naprech. It is a trifle, which I came twice

How to load configuration using Cisco USB port???

If you are copying the config from USB to the running config-

copy usbflash0:conf-file-name running-config

If you want to copy the running config to USB-

copy running-config usbflash0:

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Re: How to load configuration using Cisco USB port???

Depending on the model, the internal flash may allready be refernced with usbflash0
If so the external USB may be usbflash1

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