Format of the profile for the upgrade of the USG2000 (.zip or .cfg)

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The profile is in ZIP format.

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Format of USG6000 profiles
Profiles are text files. Profiles are saved in the command format. Only non-default parameters are saved (for default values of configuration parameters, see the corresponding chapters). Commands are organized based on the command view. Commands in the same command view form a section. Sections are separated by empty lines or comment lines (started with "#"). The number of empty lines or comment lines is not fixed. The sequence of sections is as follows: global configuration, physical port configuration, logical interface configuration, and routing protocol configuration.

Exporting profiles from the USG2000 and USG5000
You can back up configuration on the USG2000 and USG5000 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 > Maintenance > Configuration Management. b. Click Export to export the current configuration. c. Click Save and select a path to save the profile. 2. CLI Configuration procedure: Configure the basic functions of the FTP server as follows: a. Enable the FTP server functions and configure valid login users. b. Log in to the device by entering the FTP command after the command prompt. c. Log in to the FTP server in FTP mode using the correct user name and password. d. Download files to the PC. Procedure: a. Enable FTP on the FTP server and configure FTP user authentication information. system-view, [USG] ftp server enable [USG] aaa [USG-aaa] local-user admin password irreversible-cipher Admin@123 b. On the FTP server, configure the FTP user authorization mode, priority, and authorization directory. [USG-aaa] local-user admin service-type ftp [USG-aaa] local-user admin level 3 [USG-aaa] local-user admin ftp-directory flash: [USG-aaa] quit c. Configure the IP address of the FTP server. [USG] interface GigabitEthernet 0/0/1 [USG-GigabitEthernet0/0/1] ip address 128.18.90.111 255.255.255.0 [USG-GigabitEthernet0/0/1] quit Verification: On the PC, log in to the FTP server, obtain files in the FTP directory, and save the files in the user directory of disk C. C:\Documents and Settings\user> ftp 128.18.90.111 User(128.18.90.111:(none)):admin Password: 230 User logged in. ftp> binary ftp> get sys.bin ftp> quit On the local PC, view the obtained files. C:\Documents and Settings\user>dir 2010-09-25 15:56 20,116,676 sys.bin

Importing profiles on the web UI of the USG2000 and USG5000
Importing profiles to the USG2000 and USG5000 The profiles are in .zip or .cfg format and do not support Chinese characters. 1. Choose System > Maintenance > Configuration Management. 2. Click Select. The Profile Management page is displayed. 3. Click Upload. The Upload Files page is displayed. 4. Click Browse, and select the profile to be uploaded. 5. Click Upload to upload the profile. After the profile is successfully uploaded, the Profile Management page is displayed. The corresponding files are displayed on the list.

How to save a .log file exported from a CRT terminal in another format on an S series switch
You can use three methods to save a .log file exported from CRT in another format on an S series switch. For example, you can use one of the following methods to save a .log file exported using CRT in .cfg format: Method 1: Set the file name in .cfg format when saving session logs. In the CRT menu, choose File > Log Session. In the Terminal/Log File dialog box that is displayed, change the name extension from .log to .cfg in the Log file name text box. Method 2: Rename the exported .log file as a .cfg file. Method 3: Open the exported .log file and click Save as to save it as a .cfg file. You can also use one of the preceding methods to save a .log file in .doc or .txt format.

Importing the USG2000 and USG5000 profiles to files in other models
Importing the USG2000 and USG5000 profiles to files in other models The devices that mutually copy profiles must be in the same model and use software in the same version. The profiles are in .zip or .cfg format and do not support Chinese characters. 1. Choose System > Maintenance > Configuration Management. 2. Click Select. The Profile Management page is displayed. 3. Click Upload. The Upload Files page is displayed. 4. Click Browse, and select the profile to be uploaded. 5. Click Upload to upload the profile. After the profile is successfully uploaded, the Profile Management page is displayed. The corresponding files are displayed on the list. 6. Set the system to use the corresponding profile upon the next boot. After the system is restarted, the profile can be upgraded.

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