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how to backup automatically configuration file using ftp server on cisco SW

By kiriki54 ·
hello! i m trying this archive method using ftp : (config)#archive then (config-archive)#path ftp://username:password@192.168.217.1/filename and add (config-archive)#time-period 1440 to backup each 24 hours but when it backs up the file is only 133 bytes whike it should be 4 Kb since one week i can`t find the reason.
can someone help me.

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by robo_dev

What FTP server are you using? The first thought is that there is a hiccup between binary/text mode or active/passive FTP mode.

Is the file corrupt as well as being too small?

http://www.blindhog.net/cisco-automatic-configuration-backup/

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by kiriki54 In reply to how to backup automatical ...

i`m using a free 3CDAEMON as my ftp, installed on a HP Proliant server. i would like to configure cisco devices to send their configuration files automatically each month on a specific date! but using the archive command the time-period doesn`t work

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See link

by robo_dev In reply to how to backup automatical ...

http://www.ciscozine.com/2010/01/08/how-to-use-archive-command-to-save-configuration/

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