Media Flow Manager Web-Based Interface : System Config : System Config > Configurations

System Config > Configurations
Manage configuration files. See configuration and image for CLI details.
Configuration Files
Select a file and use the buttons to Delete it, Switch To that configuration, or Download the selected configuration as a binary file. See Figure 45, below. For each Configuration File:
Filename—Name of the configuration.
Active—Whether or not the configuration is currently in use.
Select a configuration and Delete, Switch, and/or Download it. Click Save at the top of the page to make changes persistent across reboots.
Figure 45 System Config > Configurations Page Detail (Configuration Files List)
Active Configuration
For the current, active configuration: Save it to the active configuration file, Revert the running configuration to the saved active configuration, Reset both the running and the active configuration files to the factory defaults, or Save As a new file. See Figure 46, below.
Figure 46 System Config > Configurations Page Detail (Active Configuration)
Upload Configuration File
Upload as local binary file or a local text file. See Figure 47, below. Choose either:
Upload local binary file—Save the current configuration as a file.
Upload local text file—Execute a set of CLI commands in a text file you upload.
Figure 47 System Config > Configurations Page Detail (Upload Configuration)
Execute CLI Commands
Use this text box to enter CLI commands to be executed ad-hoc.
Import Configuration
Retrieve a configuration from a remote system. See Figure 48 for graphic.
Hostname or IP address—The location of the desired configuration.
Remote Username—Login username.
Remote Password—Login password for the set Remote Username.
Remote Config Name—File name of the desired configuration.
New Config Name—A new name for the imported configuration (optional).
Import shared data only—Uncheck to import all nodes, even those not available on this system.
Figure 48 System Config > Configurations Page Import Configuration Detail

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