SHOW VER has a network config file load from tftp. Would like to load from Flash.
Unable to remove the load network config file via tftp. I find this in the show version on a 3650. The switch is prepared for IOS upgrade but I found a tftp config file in the show ver. I dont want to reload the switch as I would rather load the switch from config file on flash.
Any idea how to remove this and load config from flash?
MODEL: WS-C3650-48PS IOS: 03.03.05SE
Uptime for this control processor is 45 weeks, 6 days, 22 hours, 56 minutes System returned to ROM by reload System restarted at 20:20:32 UTC Mon Aug 8 2016 System image file is "flash:packages.conf" Network configuration file is "tftp://188.8.131.52/config.v833096.29469" Last reload reason: reload
boot-start-marker boot system switch all flash:cat3k_caa-universalk9.SPA.03.06.04.E.152-2.E4.bin boot-end-marker
A show run | i tftp produces nothing.
Here are options in the boot config. I dont see anything for tftp.
<removed>(config)#boot ? allow_dev_key Allow_dev_key boot enable-break Enable break manual Manual boot system System Image
<removed>(config)#boot system ? flash-1: System image file flash: System image file switch Set system image for switches in the stack tftp: System image file usbflash0-1: System image file usbflash0: System image file
Assumption is the config was loaded via tftp from rommon(?). Not verified. And the show version "Network configuration file is " is informational of where running config came from and not what is loaded on next reload.
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