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Cannot save the current config (Backup) -This is solved now!

End point timed out. Check for IP, password, space or access related issues.#

I ended up connecting a laptop directly into the uplink switch to a management vlan port. I am using the correct username and password. I disabled all firewalls on my laptop. Still no luck. The backup fails every time.

I am using a SolarWinds SCP-server. For remote directory, I provide just: c:\SCP

Can someone suggest a different SCP software or point out a possible solution, please?

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Cannot save the current config (Backup) -Please see error

Hi Atle,

Path you have given is not correct. C:\SCP only the application installed will understand.

For the FI you need to give the path in the linux format. E.g. if you have the ucsbackup folder under the C:\SCP then specify the folder name in the remote path.

Otherwise you can leave it blank as well.

./Abhinav

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Cannot save the current config (Backup) -Please see error


09.08.2012 14:38UnknownAuthenticated user root from IP 10.203.100.5.

09.08.2012 14:38UnknownUser root from IP 10.203.100.5 uploading file to ""c:\SCP"".

then it fails....

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Cannot save the current config (Backup) -Please see error

Hi Atle,

Path you have given is not correct. C:\SCP only the application installed will understand.

For the FI you need to give the path in the linux format. E.g. if you have the ucsbackup folder under the C:\SCP then specify the folder name in the remote path.

Otherwise you can leave it blank as well.

./Abhinav

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Cannot save the current config (Backup) -Please see error

still does not work. I created a folder called "Backup". I then wrote "Backup" for the remote location. Should it be /Backup?

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Cannot save the current config (Backup) -Please see error

09.08.2012 16:12UnknownAuthenticated user root from IP 10.203.100.5.
09.08.2012 16:12UnknownUser root from IP 10.203.100.5 uploading file to ""Backup"".
09.08.2012 16:16UnknownAuthenticated user root from IP 10.203.100.5.
09.08.2012 16:16UnknownUser root from IP 10.203.100.5 uploading file to ""/Backup"".
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Cannot save the current config (Backup) -Please see error

MySCP serve ri slistening on TCP port 22. Could this be the reason? Which port is UCS sending this on?

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Cannot save the current config (Backup) -Please see error

Solution was to abandon this remote server copying. Worked fine to upload to local PC.

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