Cisco VPN 3015 - How to back up the config

Posted on 2005-05-12
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Last Modified: 2010-04-12

I think I know half the answer but would rather get an answer from an expert. I have been asked to back up the current config of our Cisco VPN 3015 concentrator.
I have navigated to the menu: Administration\File Management\TFTP Transfer
Can I use *.* to back up all files or do I jback one up at a time and do I give it the same TFTP server file name?
Can users still be connected when doing this
and if it ever went wrong do I just telnet in and use TFP to 'put' the files back on to the concentraor?

Question by:clarkeyi
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jajjones earned 320 total points
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Hi !  Not sure if you can do a *.* but the link ( you probably have it) might help out.  I can't see a reason for not doing this when users are connected, although I aint sure on the size of the files.  If it went wrong, so long as you still have connectivity to the box, you can use the TFTP Transfer you have already navigated to and bring the files back off the TFTP..........


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