Catalyst 2960-XR Switch Cisco IOS File System and Image Management Configuration Guide, Cisco IOS Release 15.0(2)EX1
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Table Of Contents

C - D - F - N - R - S - T - U -

Index

C

configuration files

archiving 2-12

clearing the startup configuration 2-12

creating and using, guidelines for 2-2

creating using a text editor 2-2

deleting a stored configuration 2-12

described 2-1

downloading

reasons for 2-1

using FTP 2-6

using RCP 2-10

using TFTP 2-3

invalid combinations when copying 1-6

replacing and rolling back, guidelines for 2-13

replacing a running configuration 2-12, 2-13

rolling back a running configuration 2-12, 2-13

uploading

reasons for 2-2

using FTP 2-7

using RCP 2-11

using TFTP 2-4

configuration replacement 2-12

configuration rollback 2-12

D

directories

changing 1-4

creating and removing 1-5

displaying the working 1-4

downloading

configuration files

reasons for 2-1

using FTP 2-6

using RCP 2-10

using TFTP 2-3

image files

deleting old image 3-4

preparing 3-3, 3-6, 3-11

reasons for 3-1

using FTP 3-7

using HTTP 3-1

using RCP 3-12

using TFTP 3-3

using the Device Manager 3-1

F

files

copying 1-6

deleting 1-6

displaying the contents of 1-8

tar

creating 1-7

displaying the contents of 1-7

extracting 1-8

image file format 3-2

file system

displaying available file systems 1-1

displaying file information 1-4

local file system names 1-1

network file system names 1-6

setting the default 1-3

flash device, number of 1-1

FTP

configuration files

downloading 2-6

overview 2-5

uploading 2-7

image files

deleting old image 3-9

downloading 3-7

preparing the server 3-6

uploading 3-9

N

Network Assistant

upgrading a switch 3-1

R

RCP

configuration files

downloading 2-10

overview 2-8

uploading 2-11

image files

deleting old image 3-13

downloading 3-12

preparing the server 3-11

uploading 3-13

running configuration

replacing 2-12, 2-13

rolling back 2-12, 2-13

S

software images

location in flash 3-2

tar file format, described 3-2

startup configuration

clearing 2-12

T

tar files

creating 1-7

displaying the contents of 1-7

extracting 1-8

image file format 3-2

TFTP

configuration files

downloading 2-3

uploading 2-4

image files

deleting 3-4

downloading 3-3

preparing the server 3-3

uploading 3-5

U

upgrading software images

See downloading

uploading

configuration files

reasons for 2-2

using FTP 2-7

using RCP 2-11

using TFTP 2-4

image files

preparing 3-3, 3-6, 3-11

reasons for 3-1

using FTP 3-9

using RCP 3-13

using TFTP 3-5