Switch Memory and Configuration
Multiple Configuration Files
TFTP: Copying a Configuration File from a Remote Host
For example, the following command copies a startup-config file named test
01.txt from a (UNIX) TFTP server at IP address 10.10.28.14 to the first empty
memory slot in the switch:
ProCurve(config)# copy tftp config test-01 10.10.28.14
Xmodem: Copying a Configuration File to a
Serially Connected Host
copy tftp config < dest-file > < ip-addr > < remote-file > < pc | unix >
Use this command to download a configuration file from a
TFTP server to the switch.
Note: This command requires an empty memory slot in the
switch. If there are no empty memory slots, the CLI displays
the following message:
Unable to copy configuration to "< filename >".
For more on using TFTP to copy a file from a remote host,
refer to "TFTP: Copying a Configuration from a Remote Host"
on page A-18.
copy config < filename > xmodem < pc | unix >
Use this command to upload a configuration file from the
switch to an Xmodem host.
For more on using Xmodem to copy a file to a serially
connected host, refer to "Xmodem: Copying a Configuration
File from the Switch to a Serially Connected PC or Unix
Workstation" on page A-19.