I used filezilla to copy the config of another switch.
show | display set | display inheritance | save /var/tmp/config_backup.txt
I now have the txt file. I've changed the switch name and the snmp name and the ip address and would like to copy it to my next switch.
What should I name it?
What folder should I copy it to on the switch?
How to I make it the production config?
copy the file to any folder such as /var/tmp
enter config mode
delete <<< this removes all current config
request load set /var/tmp/myfilename.txt
@spuluka is right, you can copy the file to any folder and then load the config file saved in "set" format. Slight correction to the load command, it doesn't need a "request" preceding it i.e. it's just like:
editdeleteload set /var/tmp/config_backup.txtshow | comparecommit
Hope this helps.
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I just want to add a coupe of details to Steve Puluka's answer,
It will be recommended to copy the file to /var/tmp
then the next 2 steps are fine,
enter to config mode (> edit)
run "delete" to delete the whole config
But in order to load the config the command will be "load set" no need for that initial "request"
# load set /var/tmp/config.txt
Also I would like to add that you can run this command "show configuration | display set | no-more" and either log the session or copy and paste the output to a text editor to quickly get the config file without using filezilla