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How to load configuration of backed up config from one Cisco SG500x-24 to another (using web gui)

Posted on 2016-09-12
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Hey guys,

I've got a backup of our current Cisco SG500x-24 switch. I am backing up the configuration of this switch and need to load it onto the new one we have. I have ensured their firmware is the same.

However, in the Web Gui, I'm unable to see an option to load a configuration file? I don't know how to do this using the CLI sadly as many people go on about a TFTP server and I can't set up one at the moment.

Any ideas on how to load this configuration onto the new switch would be great?

Cheers
Yash
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Manual SG500
The Download/Backup Configuration/Log page enables:
• Backing up configuration files or logs from the device to an external device.
• Restoring configuration files from an external device to the device
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