10-26-2011 10:52 AM
Good Day all.
I am trying to de-configure a Brocade 5000b SAN Switch, and seeing some odd behaviour. I have logged into the switch using the "root" account, and have issued the "configremoveall" command and answered all of the questions. It then advised me that a switch reboot would be needed in order to commit the changes. I did that with the "reboot" command, and after a while I tried logging back in and everything was still there. It's like the Configremoveall didn;t do anything...
Can anyone help? Basically these switches are to be returned to the vendor and we want to return them to an unconfigured state.
10-26-2011 11:22 AM
As far as I know there is no single command to do it in one step. You have to:
cfgdisable; cfgclear; cfgsave
ipaddrset (to 10.77.77.77)
Reset passwords for all user accounts to their defaults.
Set fabric parameters to default values:
10-27-2011 02:30 AM
Hey, what FOS are you running?
This 'configremoveall' is not in the 6.2.x command reference guide.
The 'configremove' command only removes configuration files.