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How to copy running-config to USB flash drive on Cisco 1841 router

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What is the command to copy running-config to USB flash drive on Cisco 1841 router?
For backup reasons.
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Something like

copy running-config usbflash0:my_backup_name

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You can telnet to the router and issue the command copy run tftp
if you have a tftp server running with the path set to the flash drive it will copy the file there.
http://tftpd32.jounin.net/ would be a good place to start if you dont have tftp server.


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