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This document describes the process used to copy a configuration or text file to a router that does not have any file transfer access.
If your router supports Tool Command Language (Tcl), you can create a file in the Tcl Shell (Tclsh) interpreter, paste the text through a telnet session into a Tcl string, and write the text string to the file.
In order to do this, complete these steps:
Your text file should be on the router flash within the filename specified.