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migrate from brocade fiber switch 200 to brocade 300

hello thanks for taking the time to read this question ...  I have brocade 200 switch that i am replacing with a brocade 300 how can i tranfer the configuration from the 200 to the 300 thanks

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Registered: ‎09-10-2008

Re: migrate from brocade fiber switch 200 to brocade 300

Hi Volcer ,

 

Yes you can transfer the configuration from the 200 to the 300.

 

In abstract
Check the B300 will have the same fos level .
You can use the configupload to backup the configuration from the 200 and the configdownload to restore the configuration to the B300 .
Paths will be lost when cables are moved of course.

 

Regards

Jerome

 

 

 

 

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Brocade Moderator
Posts: 59
Registered: ‎09-10-2008

Re: migrate from brocade fiber switch 200 to brocade 300

Hi Volcer ,

 

Yes you can transfer the configuration from the 200 to the 300.

 

In abstract
Check the B300 will have the same fos level .
You can use the configupload to backup the configuration from the 200 and the configdownload to restore the configuration to the B300 .
Paths will be lost when cables are moved of course.

 

Regards

Jerome

 

 

 

 

Any and all information provided by me is not reviewed, approved or endorsed by Brocade and is provided
solely as a convenience for Brocade customers. All systems and all networks are different and unique.
If you have a service affecting network problem, please open a TAC service request for service through
Brocade, or through your OEM equipment provider. If this provided you with a solution to this issue, please
mark it with the button at the bottom "Accept as solution".

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