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Does any one has worked with SpiceWorks TFTP server for network device configuration backup.
I have the follwoing questions.

How many network devices can be configured using this software?
Does this software support all platform network devices?
What is the recommended hardware to support for 1300 network devices?
Where are the backed up configurations files gets stored. Is it stored locally in the server?
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How many network devices can be configured using this software?

I think this is only limited by the server hardware.

Does this software support all platform network devices?

Tftp is an industry standard, so it should support the main guys like Cisco, Dell, HP, Nortel, etc.

What is the recommended hardware to support for 1300 network devices?

As mentioned above the better the server the more devices it should be able to handle.

Where are the backed up configurations files gets stored. Is it stored locally in the server?

I think this is locally on the server, but most tftp tools allow you to pick where you want to store or source the transferred configs.
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I am looking for the automatic configurations of my network devices.
Is there any better open source tool which can perform similar funcations
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