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How to upload and apply config script to procurve...

Jon Forna
Occasional Contributor

How to upload and apply config script to procurve...

Hi,

We have a fairly simple startup config for our Procurves. I've made appropriate adjustments and want to upload the new startup script to a new 3500yl. Is there a way to do this, without manually adding all the VLANs, etc?

Thanks
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cenk sasmaztin
Honored Contributor

Re: How to upload and apply config script to procurve...

best way you can use pcm+
very quickly and very fast config on your switch and more managemet speciality




http://www.hp.com/rnd/products/management/ProCurve_Manager_Plus/features.htm


cenk
cenk

Jon Forna
Occasional Contributor

Re: How to upload and apply config script to procurve...

Is there no way to edit it like a text-editor? A vi or emacs equivalent?
serpel
Trusted Contributor

Re: How to upload and apply config script to procurve...

If you are using the CLI, why not just copy the config from the working switch with copy&paste to notepad. there you change whatever is necesary and copy&paste it to the new switch.
works fine here. i am using teraterm as telnetclient.
alex
cenk sasmaztin
Honored Contributor

Re: How to upload and apply config script to procurve...

yes pcm+ include text editor

you see previous 15 configurations on switch and view configuration differences on old and new config with text editor.
cenk

Mohieddin Kharnoub
Honored Contributor

Re: How to upload and apply config script to procurve...

Hi

If you have a Fresh switch without any config, then simply Configure a DHCP server and add to the DHCP parameter to upload the config file from an FTP server.

There are many Free DHCP & FTP software that can be installed on a laptop, then connect any port on the switch to the laptop and run the DHCP & FTP services.

And add the Config file you want on the laptop and configure a DHCP parameter to upload this config file from the FTP.

This way is pretty useful in sites or places where you don't have PCM+.

Good Luck !!!
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