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how to save running config to startup config

How to save running config to startup config command? after port vlan assignment.          

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InayathUlla Sharieff
Cisco Employee


Hi,
copy running-config startup-config
Wr mem

HTH
Regards
Inayath


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vmiller
Rising star

What model  device ?

What version of code ?

Did you look on www.cisco.com ?

InayathUlla Sharieff
Cisco Employee


Hi,
copy running-config startup-config
Wr mem

HTH
Regards
Inayath


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Joseph W. Doherty
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If you're asking about the VLAN information that doesn't appear in a config when running a VTP capable switch in server or client mode, the information is (automatically) stored in a local VLAN database (and shared across trunks with other VTP capable switches running in server or client mode).  For the same VLAN information for a VTP capable switch running in transparent or off mode, saving the running config saves that information too.