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  • backup router on same network - how do i copy config?

    hi, whats the best way to "clone" my live production 3640 router onto a warm satndby 3640? if i tftp the config it means both need to be plugged to the same network and there will be an IP conflict.

    thank you

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    Re: backup router on same network - how do i copy config?

    I'm using this workaround, when I need to configure devices, that can conflict with my own network.

    You can get the config-file from the production router, with a notebook. Then connect your notebook directly to the backup router (Don't put the router or notebook on the LAN), a static IP may be required.
    Last edited by cs.dk; 23rd October 2008, 09:00.
    Best regards,
    Carsten.

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    • #3
      Re: backup router on same network - how do i copy config?

      Hi,

      In the article below there are a few methods you can use to backup and restore Config files on Cisco devices. You can choose any of the methods listed in there.

      http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/....shtml#em-prog

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      • #4
        Re: backup router on same network - how do i copy config?

        Or setup GLBP:
        http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/coll...sentation.html
        Marcel
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