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URGENT HELP-Please Reply

Dear All,

I have here in my company 25 Cisco Switch 3560 .

as i know, i will configure the Switch with the Basic configuration like Hostname & IP-Address - & Gateway.

My 2 question is :-

1- if i configure the switch with the Basic Configuration like IP-Address & Subnet mask & So on , where its saved on the Switch Exactly ?

2- instead of have the 25 Switch in-front of me , and assign each switch his configuration like IP-Address & all the Things, is there any way to copy the Configurations from the switch which i configured on the Text file & then on each switch i will modify the Text file which include the configuration for that switch ( New configuration ) & then apply to that switch ( the New one ) ?

if i can do like that , can i & HOW CAN I DO IT , PLEASE HELP ME BY WRITING THE COMMAND WHICH I NEED TO FOLLOW IT ?

Thanks .

Rania.

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Re: URGENT HELP-Please Reply

Hi

1. The configuration will be saved on flash memory:

run the command: 'dir' and you will the contents of the flash memory it will look something like this:

flash:/

....

5 -rwx 3681 Oct 13 2005 15:08:26 config.text

....

2. There are multiple ways of configuring switches, however i find the easiest way to initially config a group of switches is to get a config i'm happy with into a text doc, console connect to each switch and pasting it in (obviously ammending what needs to be ammended such as ip and hostname etc) as far as commands go conf t is pretty much all you'll need and of course wr mem at the end to save the config to memeory!

HTH

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