as i know, i will configure the Switch with the Basic configuration like Hostname & IP-Address - & Gateway.
My 2 question is :-
1- if i configure the switch with the Basic Configuration like IP-Address & Subnet mask & So on , where its saved on the Switch Exactly ?
2- instead of have the 25 Switch in-front of me , and assign each switch his configuration like IP-Address & all the Things, is there any way to copy the Configurations from the switch which i configured on the Text file & then on each switch i will modify the Text file which include the configuration for that switch ( New configuration ) & then apply to that switch ( the New one ) ?
if i can do like that , can i & HOW CAN I DO IT , PLEASE HELP ME BY WRITING THE COMMAND WHICH I NEED TO FOLLOW IT ?
Future reference questions regarding 3500 should be posted under LAN. .
Anyway to once you configure switch, you need to save the config on the switch using " copy run start" and also you can save the copy of the running config on the switch using copy run tftp or copy run ftp.
Switch always has running config and startup config. Whenever you make changes it goes to the running config and then you need to save it to startup config. When switch boots, it only read startup config
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