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CX220 Switch Module V100R001C10 User Guide 08

This document describes the CX220 FC switch module of the E9000 server in terms of its features, installation, removal, and configuration.
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Backing Up the MX220 Configuration File

Backing Up the MX220 Configuration File

This topic describes how to back up the MX220 configuration file by using Web tools or commands.

Backing up the MX220 Configuration File by Using Web Tools

Procedure
  1. Log in to the MX220.

    For details, see Logging In to the MX220 Using Web Tools.

  2. On the menu bar of the Web Tools, choose Configure > Switch Admin.

    The Switch Administration page is displayed.

  3. Click Show Advanced Mode to enter the advanced configuration mode.
  4. Choose Configure > Upload/Download.

    The Switch page is displayed.

    Figure 4-51 Switch Administration page

  5. Set the parameters as prompted:

    • Select Config Upload.
    • Host IP or Host Name: specifies the address for storing logs on the target device, that is, the IP address of the SFTP server.
    • User Name: indicates the user name for logging in to the target device, that is, the SFTP server user name.
    • Password: specifies the password for logging in to the target device, that is, the SFTP server password.
    • Protocol Type: specifies the transfer protocol. Set it to SFTP.
    • Configuration File Name: specifies the configuration file name, which is in the .txt format. In this example, the value is switchConfig.txt.

  6. Click Apply. In the displayed dialog box, click Yes.

    The configuration file is exported successfully if ConfigUpload completed successfully. is displayed.

Backing Up the Configuration File by Using the CLI

Procedure
  1. Enable SFTP for the PC.
  2. Log in to the MX220 by using the user name admin and default password Huawe12#$.

    NOTE:

    For details about administrative domains, see the "Administrative Domains" section in the MX210&MX220 Fabric OS Administrator Guide.

  3. Use an administrator account to log in to the SFTP server.

    For details, see Transferring Files Using SFTP.

  4. Log in to the MX220 switch module.
  5. Run the configUpload command and enter information as prompted. The following uses the host IP address 10.1.2.3 as an example:

    • Example of the configUpload command on a switching plane without Admin Domains:
      switch:admin> configupload 
      Protocol (scp, ftp, sftp, local) [ftp]:sftp 
      Server Name or IP Address [host]:10.1.2.3 
      User Name [user]:admin 
      Path/Filename [<home dir>/config.txt]:switchConfig.txt 
      Section (all|chassis|FID# [all]):chassis 
      username@10.1.2.3 
      's password:Password: 
      configUpload complete
    • Example of the configUpload command on a switching plane with Admin Domains:
    NOTE:

    Administrative domains other than AD255 upload a subset of information. If you want a complete MX220 configuration, use the configUpload command while logged in to AD255.

    switch:AD5:admin> ad --select 5 
    switch:AD5:admin> configUpload 
    Protocol (scp or ftp) [ftp]: 
    Server Name or IP Address [host]:10.1.2.3 
    User Name [user]:admin 
    Path/Filename [/config.txt]:/pub/configurations/config.txt 
    Password: 
    configUpload complete:Only zoning parameters are uploaded from ad5.

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Updated: 2018-09-20

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