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copying configuration

i have cisco switch 6513 ,when i telnet to it & make show running ,the configuration is too much that i can't take it with"copy & paste"so is there any method in cisco works to take the text of the telnet to a textfile

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Red

Re: copying configuration

If the device is properly managed in RME, chances are you already have a copy of the config on your CiscoWorks server.

What version of CiscoWorks are you running? On what platform (Windows or Solaris)?

New Member

Re: copying configuration

i use ciscoworks common services V2.2

and on WINXP platform

Red

Re: copying configuration

Take a look at the following location on your CiscoWorks server:

CSCOpx\files\archive\shadow

In there, you will see a number of folders under which reside the latest configs that RME has captured.

Silver

Re: copying configuration

Hi David,

If u want to take a copy of running config, u can do it with cisco works.

Even with some telnet clients like "Tera Term" you can take the running configs.

http://hp.vector.co.jp/authors/VA002416/teraterm.html

Rgs,

Balaji.

Re: copying configuration

Hi David,

You can also take the backup of your config via cli command to your tftp server.

Incase you are running CATOS

copy config tftp

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/lan/cat6000/sw_8_5/cmd_ref/d_cmd.htm#wp1025320

Incase you are running Native IOS.

copy run tftp:

HTH

Ankur

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