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How do you "copy and save" config from Putty or other SSH?

Folks, on Hyperterminal I can save the ouput of CLI commands to a text file.

Can you do the same when using Putty or other SSH (free) software? I have been trying to do this but I haven't seen any option in Putty.

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Re: How do you "copy and save" config from Putty or other SSH?

In Putty, before connecting look on the left for Session, then logging. You can also write the configuration to TFTP, FTP, HTTP, etc from the CLI. Take a look at copy start ?

HTH

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Re: How do you "copy and save" config from Putty or other SSH?

In Putty, before connecting look on the left for Session, then logging. You can also write the configuration to TFTP, FTP, HTTP, etc from the CLI. Take a look at copy start ?

HTH

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