new config file at run time

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by neilbirtles@hotmail.com, Mar 27, 2007.

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    Hi,

    Is it possible to load a complete new configuration file whilst the
    switch is running to redefine the VLAN port mappings (perhaps
    something like "copy FILE running-config"), and if so would this have
    any effect on the ports that were not modified by the new config file?
    e.g. cause them to briefly loose connectivity

    I have a number of predefined VLAN configurations that need to be
    changed at runtime (we are designing a reconfigurable training system,
    where PCs need to changed between VLANs for different configurations)
    and i from looking through the manual it looks like the only way to do
    this is to use the CLI and reconfigure port by port.

    This configuration needs to be done remotely without rebooting the
    switch as multiple systems can use the same switch. I dont have
    control of the hardware switch architecture as this has already been
    defined

    thanks

    Neil
    , Mar 27, 2007
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