Then, when the schedule time arrives, it will drop this file into my ftproot folder on the server, but it will be an empty config file, measuring 0 kb in size. Just to make sure I wasn't crazy, and that I set everything up right with the server, i did a Switch# copy running-config ftp: and it went into the folder at 44 kb. Why would it be doing this? Anyone have any ideas? We are trying to get this configured for about 45 switches over 3 different networks, and I cannot even get the first one going. Any help will be appreciated. Thank you ahead of time.
Thanks. As for our IOSs, we have to use versions which support crypto, so we can't always have the latest ones. Is there any other way to schedule backups of configs through FTP? We are trying to avoid having to use TFTP. Any workarounds or other command schemes to help would be great.
Thanks again. Path seems to work the best, however it isn't actually working on a couple of the switches. Also, on one or two of them it is actually saving a 1 kb file that only tells me when the last changes were made. On most of the switches it is working to back up the entire running-config, as intended. Any ideas on the odd switches out? I'm so close, and it's quite frustrating.
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