Backup Configuration

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Backup Configuration

Is there a way to get a backup of the configuration when all you can access is the CLI?

I'm running a Pan-500 with 3.0.6

Thanks,

Donald

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Re: Backup Configuration

NM the answer is yes.

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Re: Backup Configuration

You can export/import a configuration file using the following commands:

>tftp export configuration to  <tftp host>

>tftp import configuration from <tftp host>

>scp export configuration to <username@host:path >

>scp import configuration from  <username@host:path >

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Re: Backup Configuration

nrice a écrit:

You can export/import a configuration file using the following commands:

>tftp export configuration to  <tftp host>

>tftp import configuration from <tftp host>

>scp export configuration to <username@host:path >

>scp import configuration from  <username@host:path >

With scp, in version 4.1 you need to indicate which file to export (show config saved).

For current config you must use following command :

scp export configuration to <username@host:path> from running-config.xml

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