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Fri, Apr 23, 2021 7:54 PM

Basic questions about the ICX 7450 - 8.0.80j

I'm brand new to the Ruckus 7450 switches (and to using ruckus in general) I've been able to update the software to the latest recommended GA version, but I'm coming from Cisco so I have some questions and I didn't see it in the documentation (I probably missed it)
In the cisco world I would open an ssh session with putty and turn on logging then do a show running-config and it would save my config to a file. I can do the same thing on the switch it looks like, but I'm not able to figure out how to turn off the output break. In cisco IOS I would use Terminal length 0 to turn that off, is there a way to increase the terminal output length?

Second question is this even how I should backup my configs off of the switches. Eventually I will write a python or go script to pull the configs, if I can do that, but I'm just looking for the recommended way.

Thank you for any help!

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7 m ago

Hey Kyle, 

'skip' will disable paging. You can then issue 'page' if you want to re-enable it. As for backing up the config, there are a lot of options. Most people do something like:

copy startup-config tftp <tftp-serv-addr> startup.txt

copy running-config tftp <tftp-serv-addr> running.txt

You could also use scp (ssh):

copy startup-config scp <ssh-serv-addr> startup.txt

copy running-config scp <ssh-serv-addr> running.txt

USB is an option as well:

copy startup-config disk0 startup.txt

copy running-config disk0 running.txt

Let me know if that helps!

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Perfect, this worked just like you explained. Thank you!

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