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CREATING CORE DUMPS

 
 
ns
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      05-16-2005
Hi all

I need to configure my routers to obtain a full copy of the memory image
when router crash.

To send memory image by FTP, the procedure is :
ip ftp usename <username>
ip ftp password <password>
exception protocol ftp
exception dump <ftp_ip-address>

Testing the Core Dump Setup :
write core

Does router creat copy of memory image only when router crash ?
I need to be sure that it will not impact performance of routers.

Thank You very much for your help

Best Regards
NS



 
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