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rpartee
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TCL Scripting to automate configuration TFTP backups

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All,

     I have found the following post on the topic   and done some testing with the TCL.  I can get a simple command to work with the "cli do" syntax, but not a command that requires user input. I would like to be able to run "copy run tftp" and then input an IP and filename.  I know with cisco you can put "copy run tftp://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/filename" but I have not found this to work with adtran unless I am using it wrong.

  Can someone assist me with creating a TCL script to accomplish this.  I only need it to to do the following:

copy running-config tftp

xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (Where xxx = IP)

filename

  I can then figure out how to put this on a track, but I need to know how to write a TCL script that I can input a variable into for the IP and filename without user interaction.

Thanks for any help!

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Re: TCL Scripting to automate configuration TFTP backups

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Thank you for asking this question in the support community.  ADTRAN Technical Support doesn't provide assistance for TCL scripts, but there is a guide on the topic (which also provides links to additional recourses): 

Levi

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Thank you for asking this question in the support community.  ADTRAN Technical Support doesn't provide assistance for TCL scripts, but there is a guide on the topic (which also provides links to additional recourses): 

Levi

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Noor