Command Line Configuration
The Configuration Scripting feature allows the user to generate text-
formatted files representing the current system configuration. These
configuration script files can be uploaded to a computer and edited, then
downloaded to the system and applied to the system. This feature allows the
flexibility of creating command configuration scripts that can be applied to
several switches with minor or no modifications.
Commands applied from a script are additive in nature. That is, they modify,
but do not automatically replace the current configuration. Any valid
command can be placed in a script, including show commands.
Scripts execute in Privileged EXEC mode. The script author must add a
command (configure) in order to enter Global Configuration mode.
Commands in this Chapter
This chapter explains the following commands:
Use the script apply command in Privileged EXEC mode to apply the
commands in the script to the switch.
scriptname — Name of the script file to apply. (Range 1–31 characters)
Command Line Configuration Scripting Commands