IPv6 Management Features
TFTP File Transfers Over IPv6
flash < primary | secondary >: Copies a software file stored
on a remote host to primary or secondary flash memory
on the switch. To run a newly downloaded software
image, enter the reload or boot system flash command.
pub-key-file: Copies a public-key file to the switch.
startup-config: Copies a configuration file on a remote
host to the startup configuration file on the switch.
Syntax: copy <source > tftp < ipv6-addr > < filename > < pc | unix >
Copies (uploads) a source data file on a switch that is
enabled with TFTP server functionality to a file on the TFTP
server at the specified IPv6 address, where <source> is one
of the following values:
command-output < cli-command >: Copies the output of a
CLI command to the specified file on a remote host.
config < filename >: Copies the specified configuration file
to a remote file on a TFTP server.
crash-data < slot-id | master >: Copies the contents of the
crash data file to the specified file path on a remote host.
The crash data is software-specific and used to deter
mine the cause of a system crash. You can copy crash
information from an individual slot or from the master
crash file on the switch.
crash-log < slot-id | master >: Copies the contents of the
crash log to the specified file path on a remote host. The
crash log contains processor-specific operational data
that is used to determine the cause of a system crash.
You can copy the contents of the crash log from an
individual slot or from the master crash log on the
event-log: Copies the contents of the Event Log on the
switch to the specified file path on a remote host.
flash < primary | secondary >: Copies the software file used
as the primary or secondary flash image on the switch
to a file on a remote host.
startup-config: Copies the startup configuration file in
flash memory to a remote file on a TFTP server.
running-config: Copies the running configuration file to
a remote file on a TFTP server.