Exporting a file from a server

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Use WinSCP to export a file from the server OS. For details, see Common Operations in Link.

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How do I calculate universal switching license resources of a VP9000 series MCU? (How do I convert between universal transcoding and universal switching resources)?
For a VP9000 series MCU, the universal transcoding and universal switching resources are converted using the continuous presence. The license resource calculation formulas are as follows: Number of forwarding ports = Number of 2 Mbit/s forwarding channels + Number of 4 Mbit/s forwarding channels + Number of 6 Mbit/s forwarding channels + Number of 8 Mbit/s forwarding channels Bandwidth resources = Number of 2 Mbit/s forwarding channels + Number of 4 Mbit/s forwarding channels x 2 + Number of 6 Mbit/s forwarding channels x 3 + Number of 8 Mbit/s forwarding channels x 4 Total video resources (Number of 4CIF transcoding channels) = Continuous presence resources (4CIF codec resources)/2 + Transcoding resources (Number of 4CIF transcoding channels) = 1080p 30 fps four-pane channels x 5 x 4/2 + 1080p 30 fps transcoding channels x 4

Exporting profiles from the USG6000
You can back up configuration on the USG6000 as follows: 1. Web UI: The current configuration can be backed up to the terminal. The profiles are in .zip or .cfg format and do not support Chinese characters. a. Choose System > Profile Management. b. Click Export to export the current configuration. c. Click Save and select a path to save the profile. 2. CLI The device serves as the FTP server: You can configure the backup on the device instead of using independent software. Note: When uploading files from the configuration terminal to the device, files with the same names are directly overwritten. If original files need to be reserved, rename the files before file transfer. a. Enable the FTP function and configure the FTP user name, password, and FTP path. system-view, [sysname] ftp server enable Info:Start FTP server [sysname] aaa [sysname-aaa] manager-user ftpuser [sysname-aaa-manager-user-ftpuser] password Enter Password: Confirm Password: [sysname-aaa-manager-user-ftpuser] service-type ftp [sysname-aaa-manager-user-ftpuser] level 3 [sysname-aaa-manager-user-ftpuser] ftp-directory hda1:/ Note: A password must contain any three of upper-case letters, lower-case letters, digits, and characters. For local users who use FTP, run the ftp-directory command to configure the FTP path to save received files. b. Log in to the device using the FTP command and run the get command to download files to the PC or run the put command to upload files to the device. On the PC with the Windows system, choose Start > Run, enter cmd, and click OK. C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator> ftp 192.168.0.1 User (192.168.0.1:(none)): ftpuser Password: 230 User logged in. ftp> get vrpcfg.cfg ftp> lcd Local directory now C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator. ftp> Note: Administrator is the login name of the OS and varies with user configuration. Run the lcd command to view the path that saves the backup profile. Commands used on the FTP client vary with OSs. For details, see the relevant OS documents.

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