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Saving Configuration

all - i am familiar with saving my router configs to my tftp server (copy run tftp), but how do i save all of my configurations of my set based switchs to the tftp server?

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Cisco Employee

Re: Saving Configuration

copy config tftp

Tim

New Member

Re: Saving Configuration

my only options are:

copy tftp flash

copy flash tftp

Cisco Employee

Re: Saving Configuration

Copy flash tftp is *not* going to copy your configuration, it is going to copy a file on your flash filesystem. This could be a config, but only if you have saved it there first.

The correct command is copy config tftp, as I already said.

Cisco Employee

Re: Saving Configuration

what code and supervisor are you running? Please post a sh ver.

New Member

Re: Saving Configuration

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WS-C5500 Software, Version McpSW: 4.5(6) NmpSW: 4.5(6)

Copyright (c) 1995-2000 by Cisco Systems

System Bootstrap Version: 2.4(1)

Hardware Version: 1.3 Model: WS-C5500

New Member

Re: Saving Configuration

show ver

WS-C5500 Software, Version McpSW: 4.5(6) NmpSW: 4.5(6)

Copyright (c) 1995-2000 by Cisco Systems

System Bootstrap Version: 2.4(1)

Hardware Version: 1.3 Model: WS-C5500

Cisco Employee

Re: Saving Configuration

which supervisor (sh mod 1)?

Cisco Employee

Re: Saving Configuration

If you have a Sup1 or a Sup2, try the "write network" command

http://cio.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/lan/cat5000/rel_4_5/cmd_ref/sl_w_cmd.htm#13013

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