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CatOS to IOS conversion

I would like to convert CatOS configuration file to IOS

I am trying to use the Configuration Conversion Tool on Cisco web

CatOS has two configuration file ( SUP Configuration & MSFC configuration )

Which file should I paste on the Conversion tool to be converted ?

Some commands can't be converted (Skipped Commands) ?

Any one has experince with the Cat configuration conversion tool can help me ?

Regards

Mohamed

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New Member

Re: CatOS to IOS conversion

Hi,

I already used the CatOS to IOS translation:

Link:

http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/Support/CatCfgConversion/catcfg_xlat.pl

In this link, you have to put your CatOS configuration or you can also upload your file.

There are some commands that the tool can't translate and stayed in the "Skipped Commands" section.

I have some experience with CatOS commands and I can try to help you. Can you post this commands ?

Best Regards.

Fabricio Nunes Monte

Network Analyst

New Member

Re: CatOS to IOS conversion

Hi Fabricio,

What about the MSFC configuration ?

Should I paste the MSFC configuration on this Tool ?

Skipped Commands

begin

set password xxxxxxxxx

set enablepass xxxxxxxxx

set prompt tower_main

set logout 0

set dot1x shutdown-timeout 0

set system highavailability enable

set inlinepower defaultallocation 7000

set spantree mode pvst+

set vtp passwd portfast

set vtp version 2

set ip alias default 0.0.0.0

set logging server enable

set timezone PDT -7 0

set boot config-register 0x2102

set boot system flash bootflash:cat6000-sup2k8.8-2-1.bin

set igmp querier enable 1,500,700

set port dot1x 1/1 guest-vlan 0

set port qos 3/4,3/9,3/11 trust trust-cos

set port qos 3/1-4,3/9-12 policy-source local

set port qos 4/11 trust trust-cos

set port qos 4/9-12 policy-source local

set span 1 10/13 both inpkts disable learning enable multicast enable create

end

Regards

Mohamed

New Member

Re: CatOS to IOS conversion

Hi Mohamed,

The MSFC configuration you will not need to translate. This configuration is always in IOS mode and it will be the same in the native mode.

I have some translation to your CatOS commands:

set password xxxxxxxxx

set enablepass xxxxxxxxx

You will not need because you will use the password from your MSFC configuration.

set prompt tower_main --> hostname touwer_main

set system highavailability enable

set inlinepower defaultallocation 7000

These 2 commands I don't remember.

set spantree mode pvst+

This command you will not need because this is the default mode of spantree.

set vtp passwd portfast --> vtp passwd porfast

set vtp version 2 --> vtp version 2

set ip alias default 0.0.0.0

set logging server enable

set timezone PDT -7 0

set boot config-register 0x2102

These commands above you won't need because they must already exist in your MSFC configuration.

set boot system flash bootflash:cat6000-sup2k8.8-2-1.bin

Your will replace this with the new IOS image in the native mode, and the syntax is the same that in youe MSFC configuration:

boot system flash bootflash:image.bin

set igmp querier enable 1,500,700

set port dot1x 1/1 guest-vlan 0

set port qos 3/4,3/9,3/11 trust trust-cos

set port qos 3/1-4,3/9-12 policy-source local

set port qos 4/11 trust trust-cos

set port qos 4/9-12 policy-source local

These other commands above I don't remember.

set span 1 10/13 both inpkts disable learning enable multicast enable create

In the native mode you will replace the "set span" with the command "monitor session". Here is an example:

monitor session 1 source interface fastEthernet 0/1 both

monitor session 1 destination interface fastEthernet 0/9

It will monitor fast0/1 and will send all the traffic to interface fast0/9

I hope that this can help you.

Fabrício Nunes Monte

Network Analyst

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