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Does  Anyone in this world  know how to export configuration on an Avaya P330 switch?

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Does  Anyone in this world  know how to export configuration on an Avaya P330 switch?
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Do you have a tftp server setup?  If so, run the following from the super-user prompt:

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copy stack-config tftp <filename> <IP address>

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copy stack-config tftp c:\conf.cfg 192.168.1.1

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filename needs to be the full path, and IP address is of your tftp server.

Give that a shot and let me know how it works out.

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Thanks Papertrip. The problem is that I tried that, and it tells me "file not found".
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What OS is your tftp server running on?  Are you sure it's listening?

The <filename> in above example is the target location to write the config to on the tftp server defined by <IP address>.
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This is the command I am running:

P330-1(super)# copy tftp stack-config c:\stack.cfg 192.168.111.253

This is what show tftp download status shows me - why does it have stack-conifg as the destination file? My desitnation is to save stack-config from the switch to the TFTP server at 192.168.111.3 with file name stack.cfg.

P330-1(super)# show tftp download status
Module #1
===========
Module           : 1
Source file      : c:\stack.cfg
Destination file : stack-config
Host             : 192.168.111.253
Running state    : Idle
Failure display  : Empty File
Last warning     : No-warning
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The TFTP server says "failed to download file from server. Wrong path or file name."

I am lost
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by:Stickers2
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I tried using Solarwind TFTP on Window 7 and I have also tried a different TFTP server and both say teh same thing
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P330-1(super)# copy tftp stack-config c:\stack.cfg 192.168.111.253
Wrong order of options, that is going to try and download c:\stack.cfg and save it to nvram.
P330-1(super)# show tftp download status
You are wanting to upload, not download.


1.  Create an empty file on your tftp server named c:\stack.cfg
2.  Run:
copy stack-config tftp c:\stack.cfg 192.168.111.253

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Make sure the options are in the correct order.
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c:\stack.cfg is just an example, the file needs to be in the folder that your tftp server is configured to use.
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The answer is copy stack-config tftp config.cfg ip address
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The answer is copy stack-config tftp config.cfg ip address
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