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Backing up configuration for catalyst 4948

Posted on 2010-08-24
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Well I have been having loads of fun these last few days learning new things from the 'Experts' and as a result have made many changes to the configuration files on my catalyst 4948. Now before I continue on my steep learning curve i would like to know how to backup my configurations. Any help?

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enable
show running-config
(copy output to text-file)

or

copy running-config tftp://
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Thanks much !
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