You can save the GigaVUE H Series node’s current systems to the active configuration file or a named file:
|Use the write memory command to save the running configuration to the current configuration file. Later on, when you start setting up packet distribution, your changes will be added to the active configuration right away, but will not be saved across a node reboot unless you use the write memory command to save your changes to flash.
|Use the configuration write to command to save the running configuration to a named configuration file. The named configuration file then becomes the active configuration file unless you include the no-switch argument at the end of the command. For example, this command writes the running configuration to a file named config-bak but leaves the current file active:
(config) # configuration write to config-bak no-switch
Note: In contrast to the traditional GigaVUE nodes, there is no requirement that GigaVUE H Series configuration files have a .cfg extension.