HP PROCURVE 6208M-SX Installation And Getting Started Manual: Copying A Configuration File To Or From A Tftp Server

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Installation and Getting Started Guide
Logging Changes to the Startup-Config File
You can configure an HP device to generate a Syslog message when the startup-config file is changed. The trap
is enabled by default.
The following Syslog message is generated when the startup-config file is changed:
startup-config was changed
If the startup-config file was modified by a valid user, the following Syslog message is generated:
startup-config was changed by <username>
USING THE CLI
To disable or re-enable Syslog messages when the startup-config file is changed, use the following command:
Syntax: [no] logging enable config-changed
USING THE WEB MANAGEMENT INTERFACE
You cannot disable logging of startup-config changes using the Web management interface.

Copying a Configuration File to or from a TFTP Server

To copy the startup-config or running-config file to or from a TFTP server, use one of the following methods.
NOTE: You can name the configuration file when you copy it to a TFTP server. However, when you copy a
configuration file from the server to a device, the file is always copied as "startup-config" or "running-config",
depending on which type of file you saved to the server.
USING THE CLI
To initiate transfers of configuration files to or from a TFTP server using the CLI, enter one of the following
commands:
copy startup-config tftp – Use this command to upload a copy of the startup configuration file from the
switch or routing switch to a TFTP server.
copy running-config tftp – Use this command to upload a copy of the running configuration file from the
switch or routing switch to a TFTP server.
copy tftp startup-config – Use this command to download a copy of the startup configuration file from a
TFTP server to a switch or routing switch.
USING THE WEB MANAGEMENT INTERFACE
To initiate transfers of configuration files to and from a TFTP server using the Web management interface:
1.
Log on to the device using a valid user name and password for read-write access. The System configuration
dialog is displayed.
2.
Click on the plus sign next to Command in the tree view to expand the list of command options.
3.
Click on the plus sign next to TFTP under Command in the tree view to expand the list of TFTP options.
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