Time
2 hours 8 minutes
Difficulty
Intermediate
CEU/CPE
2

Video Transcription

00:02
hello and welcome to Sabres Infrastructure Services. In this lesson, they were going to going over finding a backup solution for your Cisco device Can fix.
00:11
I am your structure, Trenton Darrell, Let's get started.
00:16
All right, This video, we're gonna look at some of the common messages to back up different Cisco figs. We look at automated versus manual options.
00:25
So some options here with tea FTP we could do manual or automated. Meaning you could like ssh and into a copy
00:32
copy. You know, running to T FTP. You can also set the archive feature to send in automated choices or automatically figs every week or daily.
00:43
However you want to set it up if you want. S agent Consul in you Could you show running config, copy paste format. Make it look pretty and one paid option as the solar winds and CNN, The network configuration management, um, can be pulled manually. If you have the ssh
01:02
creds forward the device or can be set to automated backups.
01:06
I could do nightly at 2 a.m. or something toe pull pull backups, dressage,
01:12
and they also it's a very nice one because it could be configured to show the changes on difference daily backups
01:21
on Also, it could be set up to alert you. You know, if you see a change on, you know,
01:26
many of the devices you know, you could dio
01:29
important infrastructure devices. You know, if there's any changes you could have an email that you know you're here leading network engineers stuff like that.
01:38
So t ftp there is a lot of free options. Ah, solar ones too. You tp server eyes when I have a whole installed a host of ice T f t p d having the Windows 10 box
01:49
with the I've TFT p d h p a
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the a boon to machine using that Those are all on UDP Port 69
02:00
Community pushing config to T FTP server from Cisco Device. And you can also set up the Cisco device to archive and something could fix automatically, you know, on a periodic basis.
02:12
So Isis aging in you just need to have access to device, Eli.
02:16
So you basically just do a show run on copy, paste all of it to look at no pad or something,
02:23
and you have to go back through and format the lines because you'll have some line breaks and we're not on where it says you know more.
02:30
Um and so this is good environments where you don't have
02:35
logical axis where you have to use amount of bad managements
02:38
where you might have to We have devices where you have to get to the device with the council cable
02:44
you can't reach it to assess and p her SS age
02:50
solar winds in October 2019.
02:53
It's showing about $3000 a license. Right now, this is again nice. You could have you. Could fig change reports? If you look on the right column, you can see different big changes for their devices.
03:06
You can you know, you can push different scripts to entire device groups or devices.
03:13
So if you have a new anti peace over, for example, that you could you could push that down all your voices instead of having a log in each one
03:20
manually.
03:24
And you can actually demo this if you go to solar one site you connection. Look up the network configuration manager. You can have a little demo you can log in to check out.
03:37
All right, so what is the Cisco command to display the running configuration again. This isn't
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again. This isn't necessarily to know. Just see if you paid attention to some of commands.
03:54
All right? Hopefully you got show running fig
04:00
could be run. Started that copies around could fix it. Started config
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configure terminals, your confit e that you was used to configure the device.
04:11
Otherwise, today's lesson We just went over the methods to back up the Cisco configures automated verse. Emmanuel, the next few videos, we're actually gonna go through backing up, broken fix in different ways. So stick around for that.
04:24
Thank you. And enjoy your day.

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