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How to export and import startup configuration from and to 200-series switches using TFTP from the Web GUI

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TitleHow to export and import startup configuration from and to 200-series switches using TFTP from the Web GUI
Objective
How to export and import startup configuration from and to 200-series switches using TFTP from the Web GUI
Environment
  • 210-Series
  • 220-Series
  • All software versions
Procedure
To Copy Startup Configuration from Switch to PC:

     1.  First download and install a TFTP server such as tftpd32 found here: http://tftpd32.jounin.net/tftpd32_download.html (Ensure to disable windows firewall as it will block port 69 which tftp uses)
     2.  From Web GUI, click System menu > Utilities > Transfer:
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     3.  From Transfer menu, click the Upload button under TFTP row:
 
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     4.  In TFTP File upload section, Modify the fields: File Type = Startup Configuration > add Server Address IP (IP address of your TFTP server) > File Name to which you want to use > Click Begin Transfer > Once completed, click Close:
 
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To copy Startup Configuration from PC to Device and set as the active configuration on next reboot (startup configuration):

     1.  From Web GUI, click System menu > Utilities > Transfer:
 

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     2.  From Transfer menu, click the Download button under TFTP row:
 

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     3.       In TFTP File download section, Modify the fields: File Type = Startup Configuration > Add Server Address IP (IP address of your TFTP server) > File Name to which you want to use > Click Begin Transfer > Once completed, click Close:
 

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     4.  To make the configuration active, the switch must be rebooted.  Click System Menu > Utilities > System Reboot:
 

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     5.  Click the Reboot button to initiate reboot of switch, which will come up using the configuration file copied to the startup configuration:

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