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Issues with Cisco Configuration Professional 4 years 9 months ago #37843

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Hi all

I'm trying to backup and then upload a configuration file using Cisco Configuration Professional.

But I can't seem to connect to the 1800 router that I am trying to use. If I am on 'Online' mode, it can't connect to the device. When I go on 'Offline' mode, I can connect to the router but the Utilities section is greyed out and I can only see the 'View' section. By forcing the CP to go back to 'Online' mode I can get get the other options enabled but I can't seem to be able to upload any configuration whatsover.

Any help will be appreciated.

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Re: Issues with Cisco Configuration Professional 4 years 9 months ago #37849

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Arani,

Missed this topic - why bother using CCP mate when you can use the good old CLI method and a TFTP server? I rarely use GUI for Cisco devices - I think they produce more problems than what they are worth :)
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Re: Issues with Cisco Configuration Professional 4 years 9 months ago #37850

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Hi i think tha you must try to logon first wirh cli and enable http authentication .
If you enable this and countinious have this problem try to connect with SDM
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Re: Issues with Cisco Configuration Professional 4 years 9 months ago #37851

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Hi Chris

It's not for me. I could flash up the IOS and the config in my sleep using the CLI. It's for a bunch of people who don't have any Cisco knowledge but need to upload a config onto a 1801 router. So I thought I could rustle up something using the CCP which would be simple, using screenshots to show them how it's done.

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