ExtremeSwitching (EXOS)

  • 1.  How do I copy a config file from a Summit x460 to usb flash?

    Posted 03-03-2014 21:35
    How do I copy a config file from a Summit x460 to usb flash? When I run a cp (copy) command it doesn't give an error (cp primary.cfg memorycard extremepri.cfg), but when I try to do an ls memorycard, it says the usb drive isn't mounted and when I put the usb drive in my computer there is nothing there.


  • 2.  RE: How do I copy a config file from a Summit x460 to usb flash?

    Posted 03-04-2014 01:08
    Hello Vince

    Try looking up this command "tftp"
    "tftp [host-name | ip-address] {-v vr_name} [-g | -p] [{-l [internal-memory local-"
    "file-internal | memorycard local-file-memcard | local-file} {-r remote-file} | {- r remote-file} {-l [internal-memory local-file-internal | memorycard local-file-"
    "memcard | local-file]}]" in the EXOS_Command_reference_Guide _15_4 it should start in page 316.

    There is a big writeup on using the USB slot. The command reference guide can be downloaded from the main web site www.extremenetworks.com documentation.

    Let me know if this helps or if you have any further questions

    Thanks
    P



  • 3.  RE: How do I copy a config file from a Summit x460 to usb flash?

    Posted 03-04-2014 01:08
    I could not find this document on the website. I'm trying to copy files from USB to flash. Please help.


  • 4.  RE: How do I copy a config file from a Summit x460 to usb flash?



  • 5.  RE: How do I copy a config file from a Summit x460 to usb flash?

    Posted 03-04-2014 16:30
    Make sure that you are using fat32 file format on your USB drive then you need single command i.e "mv test.cfg memorycard", this will move test.cfg file to USB drive.


  • 6.  RE: How do I copy a config file from a Summit x460 to usb flash?

    Posted 03-04-2014 16:30

    Thanks Sumit, I think not having fat32 on the USB drive was my problem.


  • 7.  RE: How do I copy a config file from a Summit x460 to usb flash?

    Posted 03-04-2014 16:30
    yes, then use only command "mv test.cfg memorycard" to copy test.cfg file to USB drive.