Telnet to your switch and use the copy running-config tftp: command
It will then ask for a hostname or IP address: [ip addy of the PC with the TFTP server on it]
hit enter to accept the default file name.
It will then save it to the root of C:\TFTP-root
There you will be able to see your config file from the switch. Now get the other switch configured to be accessible through telnet as well and simply use the reverse command. copy TFTP: running-config
Point it to the tftp server again and to the file in TFTP-root.
Here is what a successful copy running-config tftp: output looks like:
ROLIAJ01#copy running-config tftp
ROLIAJ01#copy running-config tftp:
Address or name of remote host ? 192.168.20.41
Destination filename [roliaj01-confg]?
3178 bytes copied in 0.896 secs (3547 bytes/sec)ROLIAJ01#copy running-config tftp ROLIAJ01#copy running-config tftp: Address or name of remote host ? 192.168.20.41 Destination filename [roliaj01-confg]? !! 3178 bytes copied in 0.896 secs (3547 bytes/sec)
If it doesn't work try looking at the PC's firewall. I always just remove the firewall to do it.
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