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question about Nexus 7010.

Hello everybody,

Just a quick question, how do you restore a running-config (or a Nexus .bin file) to a Nexus 7010. Is it thesame process as the IOS base scenario. Please explain and help. Thank you in advance.

--chie                  

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Re: question about Nexus 7010.

You can create config checkpoint using checkpoint command in bootflash and rollback using rollback command. Unlike ios, ncos has kickstart and a system image you can store more than one version of kickstart amd system images in bootflash file system. To install image use install all kickstart bootflash:kickstart-filename.bin system system-filename.bin

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Re: question about Nexus 7010.

Copy tftp: running-config should work. See below there are other options as well.

NX7K02-agg# copy ?

  bootflash:      Select source filesystem

  core:           Select source filesystem

  debug:          Select source filesystem

  ftp:            Select source filesystem

  log:            Select source filesystem

  logflash:       Select source filesystem

  nvram:          Select source filesystem

  running-config  Copy running configuration to destination

  scp:            Select source filesystem

  sftp:           Select source filesystem

  slot0:          Select source filesystem

  startup-config  Copy startup configuration to destination

  system:         Select source filesystem

  tftp:           Select source filesystem

  usb1:           Select source filesystem

  usb2:           Select source filesystem

  volatile:       Select source filesystem

NX7K02-agg# copy tftp: ?

  bootflash:      Select destination filesystem

  debug:          Select destination filesystem

  log:            Select destination filesystem

  logflash:       Select destination filesystem

  nvram:          Select destination filesystem

  running-config  Copy from source to running configuration

  slot0:          Select destination filesystem

  startup-config  Copy from source to startup configuration

  system:         Select destination filesystem

  usb1:           Select destination filesystem

  usb2:           Select destination filesystem

  volatile:       Select destination filesystem

NX7K02-agg# copy tftp: running-config

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Re: question about Nexus 7010.

You can create config checkpoint using checkpoint command in bootflash and rollback using rollback command. Unlike ios, ncos has kickstart and a system image you can store more than one version of kickstart amd system images in bootflash file system. To install image use install all kickstart bootflash:kickstart-filename.bin system system-filename.bin

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Re: question about Nexus 7010.

You can also use scp tftp sftp and ftp to backup and restore software images to bootflash

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Re: question about Nexus 7010.

Thanks Kruh,

so youre saying that in order to restore back the running-config of a Nexus OS, I can use a TFTP, SFTP and just issue the command below (just like IOS base restore command),

copy tftp: running-config

or you have to issue a different command set, I am not familiar with Nexus OS so I need youre help and explanation. Thank you again.

--chie

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Re: question about Nexus 7010.

Copy tftp: running-config should work. See below there are other options as well.

NX7K02-agg# copy ?

  bootflash:      Select source filesystem

  core:           Select source filesystem

  debug:          Select source filesystem

  ftp:            Select source filesystem

  log:            Select source filesystem

  logflash:       Select source filesystem

  nvram:          Select source filesystem

  running-config  Copy running configuration to destination

  scp:            Select source filesystem

  sftp:           Select source filesystem

  slot0:          Select source filesystem

  startup-config  Copy startup configuration to destination

  system:         Select source filesystem

  tftp:           Select source filesystem

  usb1:           Select source filesystem

  usb2:           Select source filesystem

  volatile:       Select source filesystem

NX7K02-agg# copy tftp: ?

  bootflash:      Select destination filesystem

  debug:          Select destination filesystem

  log:            Select destination filesystem

  logflash:       Select destination filesystem

  nvram:          Select destination filesystem

  running-config  Copy from source to running configuration

  slot0:          Select destination filesystem

  startup-config  Copy from source to startup configuration

  system:         Select destination filesystem

  usb1:           Select destination filesystem

  usb2:           Select destination filesystem

  volatile:       Select destination filesystem

NX7K02-agg# copy tftp: running-config

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Re: question about Nexus 7010.

Hi krun,

I appreciate your help and thanks again for the explanation.

--chie

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