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Uploading a device configuration backup

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Created by John Salvani, last modified by MindTouch on Jun 23, 2016

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Overview

Learn how to upload a device configuration backup to a device added in NCM webconsole.

Environment

NCM 7.3 and above.

Steps

To upload a config to a single node:

Note: If you do not have administrator privileges you may not be able to see some nodes. Your account must be a member of the WebUploader group to upload configs.

  1. Open Orion Web Console.
  2. Click CONFIGS > Configuration Manager.
  3. Click Upload Config – Single Node.
  4. Find (+) and select the node(s) in the list.
  5. Select the config you want to upload, and click Next.
  6. If you want to write the config to NVRAM after upload, select that option.
  7. If you want to reboot the device after upload, select Reboot Device.
  8. Click Upload.
  9.  

To upload a config to multiple nodes:

Note: If you do not have administrator privileges you may not be able to see some nodes. Your account must be a member of the WebUploader group to upload configs.

  1. Open Orion Web Console.
  2. Click CONFIGS > Configuration Manager.
  3. Click Upload Config – Multi Node.
  4. Select the nodes in the node list to which you want to upload, and click Next.
  5. Click Upload Config. The config loads in the right pane.
  6. Make changes as needed.
  7. Click Advanced.
  8. If you want to write the config to NVRAM after upload, select that option.
  9. If you want to reboot the device after upload, select Reboot Device.
  10. If you created a new script, click Save Script to File to store it.
  11. Click Upload.
  12. Click Close.

 

 

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