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    As I am not a Cisco expert I am trying to isntall Cisco Configuration Professional and I am runing into a problem.
    I have gone through the Cisco Configuration Professional Quick Start Guide and I am stuck at the point where I have to run the command:
    Router# copy flash:cpconfig-8xx.cfg nvram:
    In order to copy the default configuration file to router NVRAM and I get the folowing:
    Destination filename [cpconfig-8xx.cfg]?
    %Error opening flash:cpconfig-8xx.cfg (File not found)
    I realse that I have to change the name of the cfg file to the name of the cfg file on my router but there doesn't seem to be a cfg file in my flash.
    Here is a list of files on my flash:

    router>enable
    Password:
    router#show flash
    -#- --length-- -----date/time------ path
    1 1321 Mar 4 2017 22:36:22 +00:00 filetest
    2 660 Mar 5 2017 00:01:48 +00:00 vlan.dat
    3 0 Mar 9 2017 01:15:52 +00:00 managed
    4 0 Mar 9 2017 01:15:52 +00:00 managed/odm
    5 0 Mar 9 2017 01:15:52 +00:00 managed/scripts
    6 0 Mar 9 2017 01:15:52 +00:00 managed/reprovision
    7 0 Mar 9 2017 01:15:52 +00:00 eem
    8 21341 Mar 9 2017 01:15:54 +00:00 managed/odm/cg-dm.odm
    9 21341 Mar 9 2017 01:15:54 +00:00 managed/odm/cg-nms.odm
    10 3235 Mar 9 2017 01:15:54 +00:00 managed/scripts/cg-nms-scripts.tcl
    11 21341 Mar 9 2017 01:15:54 +00:00 managed/odm/cg-dm-1.0.odm
    12 21341 Mar 9 2017 01:15:56 +00:00 managed/odm/cg-nms-1.0.odm
    13 3235 Mar 9 2017 01:15:56 +00:00 managed/scripts/cg-nms-scripts-1.0.tcl
    14 14363 Mar 9 2017 02:41:36 +00:00 ccpExpress_ap_express-security_en.shtml.gz
    15 5836800 Mar 9 2017 02:42:34 +00:00 ccpexpressAdmin_3_3_en.tar

    254705664 bytes available (5988352 bytes used)

    Please help me find out what I am doing worng.
    Thanks in advance.

  • #2
    The items listed show some names as length of 0 (zero)--I'm betting those are directories. As with 3750 switches with which I'm most familiar, have you looked into thsoe to see if your missing config file is in one of them? 'Managed' looks like a likely candidate.
    *RicklesP*
    MSCA (2003/XP), Security+, CCNA

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