Hi, I have kinda a dumb question, but its driving me crazy. I want to back-up all my switchs startup-config to a tftp server which i do fine but when i try to load one or any of the images to a test switch i cant get it to over write the test switch config. from what i know i thought the startup config is stored in the config.text (flash) and I did overright this text .
Why dont you use the copy tftp:x.x.x.x startup-config command rather than over-writing that file directly. If you mean that the revised config is not becoming active after copy, then you should be re-loading the switch to make the copied configuration to become active as they are stored only in the startup file and will get loaded only after a reboot.
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