How to save the configuration on eNSP?

Latest reply: Jan 19, 2020 03:22:07 974 2 1 1

This post refers to the process of how to save the configuration on eNSP.

When we do the network experiments on eNSP, if we add too many devices on eNSP and complete the configuring, the PC needs to be restarted or we need to transform the configuration to another PC, we need to save the configuration. Otherwise we have to do the configuring once again, which is annoying.

There are two ways to transfer the configuration.

Export the devices' configuration and import it into the other terminal PC.



Please stop the device before exporting the configuration, otherwise this error may occur:


If you don't want to export the devices' configuration one by one, you could save the configuration in the CLI interface by command save, then click the Save/Save as button on the Tools bar to save the whole project.


When exiting eNSP, please choose Yes when asked whether to save the unsaved changes.


You can find the devices' configuration in the saved project path. However, in this way, the devices' name and the configuration file name can not be distinguished easily.


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Created Jan 18, 2020 09:17:50 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

i did shutdown the devices and it still shows (can not extract device config .. any solution !?How to save the configuration on eNSP?-3203650-1
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Admin Created Jan 19, 2020 03:22:07 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Posted by user_3705414 at 2020-01-18 09:17 i did shutdown the devices and it still shows (can not extract device config .. any solution !?
please save the configuration before you export the configuration.
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