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S1720GFR, S2700, S5700, and S6720 V200R010C00 Web-based Configuration Guide

This document describes the configuration and maintenance of device through the web network management system. The web network management system provides the functions of viewing device information and managing the entire system, interfaces, services, ACL, QoS, routes, security, and tools.
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File System Management

File System Management

The following sections describe how to manage files, including uploading files to the switch, downloading files from the switch, and restoring or permanently deleting files in the recycle bin.

File System Management

You can upload, download, and delete files.

Context

The File System Management module helps you upload, download, and delete files conveniently.

Procedure

  • Upload files.

    You can upload a file from your PC to the switch.

    1. Choose System Management > File System Management > File System Management in the navigation tree to open the File System Management page.
    2. Click Upload to open the Upload File page, as shown in Figure 2-49.

      Figure 2-49  Upload file

    3. Select the file to upload and click Upload. The system displays the upload process page. After the file is uploaded, the system displays a message indicating the successful upload.

      NOTE:
      • You cannot upload a file with the same name as files in File System Management.
      • Only files in the following formats can be uploaded: cc, pat, zip, 7z, txt, log, dblg, cfg, bat, jpg, jpeg, png, bin, xml, mod, pem, p12, cer and dat.

  • Download files.

    You can download files from the switch.

    1. Choose System Management > File System Management > File System Management in the navigation tree to open the File System Management page.
    2. Click Download next to the file name and select a path to save the file.

      NOTE:
      Only files in the following formats can be downloaded: cc, pat, zip, 7z, txt, log, dblg, cfg, bat, jpg, jpeg, png, bin, xml, mod, pem, p12, cer and dat.

  • Move files to the recycle bin.

    After files are moved to the recycle bin, they still exist on the switch. You can restore the files in the recycle bin.

    • The version_web.zip(7z) file is the Web system file and cannot be deleted. If this file is deleted, the Web system becomes unavailable. In the file name, version indicates the version of the Web system software.
    • The version.cc file is the device software package and cannot be deleted. If this file is deleted, the Web system becomes unavailable. In the file name, version indicates the device software version to which the Web system is applied.
    • The name.cfg file is the Web system configuration file and cannot be deleted. If this file is deleted, the Web system becomes unavailable. In the file name, name indicates the configuration file name.
    • The name.pat file is the Web system patch file and cannot be deleted. If this file is deleted, the Web system becomes unavailable. In the file name, name indicates the patch file name.

    1. Choose System Management > File System Management > File System Management in the navigation tree to open the File System Management page.
    2. Select the file you want to move to the recycle bin.
    3. Click Move to Recycle Bin, and the system asks you whether to move the file to the recycle bin.
    4. Click OK.
  • Delete files permanently.

    You can permanently delete files from the switch.

    The files deleted permanently cannot be restored.

    1. Choose System Management > File System Management > File System Management in the navigation tree to open the File System Management page.
    2. Select the file you want to delete.
    3. Click Delete Permanently, and the system asks you whether to delete the file.
    4. Click OK.

Recycle Bin

You can restore or permanently delete the files in the recycle bin.

Context

The files in the recycle bin can be restored or deleted permanently.

The files deleted from the recycle bin cannot be restored.

Procedure

  1. Choose System Management > File System Management > Recycle Bin in the navigation tree to open the Recycle Bin page, as shown in Figure 2-50.

    Figure 2-50  Recycle Bin

  2. Select the file that you want to restore and click Restore. The file will be removed from the recycle bin.
  3. Select the file that you want to delete and click Delete Permanently.

    NOTE:
    If an error occurs during file restoration or deletion, the system displays an error message.

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Updated: 2019-08-21

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