Backing up IOS Configuration

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Backing up IOS Configuration

Backup iOS device configuration is always a good idea. typically copy the ios configuration to the TFTP server using the copy command. You can back up the start configuration and run the configuration of the device. the copy command accepts two arguments: the first argument is from the position and the second argument is to position.

TFTP is the client-server network protocol used to send and receive files. To back up a file to a TFTP server, you must set it first. You can use Packet Tracer to operate. Simply add the server to the topology, assign an IP address to it, and enable the TFTP service:

To back up the startup configuration to the TFTP server, you can use the copy startup-config TFTP command:

Remember that the first parameter after the copy key is from the location and the second argument is to location. In our example, the location is the current startup configuration and the location is a remote TFTP server.

To restore the configuration, just switch the order of the parameters – copy tftp startup-config:

Notice that we had to specify the filename, along with the IP address of the TFTP server.

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