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Re: Little survey: What do people use to backup configurations ?

  • From: Jeremy T. Bouse
  • Date: Fri Feb 02 20:04:57 2001

	In the past I had a Perl script that would make SNMP calls from
a server authorized for SNMP read/write access to handle the download 
much like you used your expect script... 

	Jeremy T. Bouse

Ulf Zimmermann was said to been seen saying:
> 
> A while back when I was at SGI, I wrote my own scripts, using expect
> and tftp to backup configurations of Cisco routers. Configs then were
> put into rcs. Now before I am resurecting those scripts again for my
> current job, what are people using to backup equipment, things such
> as Cisco routers (26xx, 36xx, 72xx, 75xx, MSFC, RSM) and Cisco Catalyst
> switches (2924XL, 3548XL, 4000, 5000, 6500) ?
> 
> What I am trying to archive is at least a daily backup, with again
> some version control to be able what changed between days.
> 

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