Media Flow Controller Configuration Tasks : Advanced Configurations : Saving and Applying Configurations

Saving and Applying Configurations
You can save a binary file with all current configuration data, that can be used to restore the system configuration. You can also reset custom configurations to their factory defaults, upload a saved configuration, and import a configuration from another Media Flow Controller.
1.
Save a configuration to a file; use no-switch to leave the current configuration active. Use show configuration files to see the saved file name.
write memory to <file_name> no-switch
2.
configuration upload <file_name> <URL>
3.
configuration fetch <URL>/<file_name>
4.
show configuration files
5.
configuration switch-to <file_name>
Example:
test-vos (config) # write memory to 04_01_09 no-switch
test-vos (config) # show configuration files
04_01_09
initial (active)
initial.bak
test-vos (config) # configuration upload 04_01_09 scp://joe@example.com/home/joe
Password: *******
test-vos (config) # configuration delete 04_01_09
test-vos (config) # show configuration files
initial (active)
initial.bak
test-vos (config) # configuration fetch scp://joe@example.com/home/joe/04_01_09
Password: *******
test-vos (config) # show configuration files
04_01_09
initial (active)
initial.bak
test-vos (config) # configuration switch-to 04_01_09
test-vos (config) # show configuration files
04_01_09 (active)
initial
initial.bak
6.
configuration merge <file_name>
7.
Revert the active configuration to either the factory defaults or the last saved configuration. Use keep-basic to preserve licenses and SSH host keys, use keep-connect to preserve anything necessary to maintain network connectivity to the system: interfaces, routes, and ARP; either or both may be used.
configuration revert {factory | saved} [keep-basic] [keep-connect]
To make these configurations using the Management Console, go to the System Config tab, Config Mgmt page; see System Config > Config Mgmt for details.

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