Replacing Cisco 4506 with Cisco 4510R

Hi, all.

I am going to replace Cisco 4506 switch with Cisco 4510R and keep the same configuration.

All I need to do is backup the running config and restore to the new switch using TFTP or is there anything else involved?

Any feedback will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.
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lrmooreCommented:
That's about it, but be aware that the port numbering will probably change. The SUP module goes into different slots on the 4510 and all the other module/port numbering will change.
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shubhanshu_jaiswalCommented:
you can configure the new switch bit by bit...there may be many things which can be in different slots as Irmoore mentioned...
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