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Copying Brocade Fiber Switch config to newer switch

Posted on 2014-01-13
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I have a Old DB4100B brocade switch that i would like to replace with a DB300B. Is it possible to copy the config from the 4100b to the 300B switch?
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Since most configuration is per physical port you copy it piece by piece as you connect cables over...
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Is there a KB on how to do that?
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Like go to web interface, make a config backup and load resulting file in other web interface?
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