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Cisco Configuration SNMP Agent Copy Entry
A config-copy request. A management station wishing to create an entry should first generate a random serial number to be used as the index to this sparse table. The station should then create the associated instance of the row status and row index objects. It must also, either in the same or in successive PDUs, create an instance of ccCopySourceFileType and ccCopyDestFileType. At least one of the file types defined in ConfigFileType TC must be an agent-config file type (i.e. 'startupConfig' or 'runningConfig'). If one of the file types is a 'networkFile', a valid ccCopyFileName and ccCopyServerAddressType and ccCopyServerAddressRev1 or just ccCopyServerAddress must be created as well. If ccCopyServerAddress is created then ccCopyServerAddressRev1 will store the same IP address and ccCopyServerAddressType will take the value 'ipv4'. For a file type of 'iosFile', only a valid ccCopyFileName needs to be created as an extra parameter. It should also modify the default values for the other configuration objects if the defaults are not appropriate. Once the appropriate instance of all the configuration objects have been created, either by an explicit SNMP set request
or by default, the row status should be set to active to initiate the request. Note that this entire procedure may be initiated via a single set request which specifies a row status of createAndGo as well as specifies valid values for the non-defaulted configuration objects. Once the config-copy request has been created (i.e. the ccCopyEntryRowStatus has been made active), the entry cannot be modified - the only operation possible after this is to delete the row. Once the request completes, the management station should retrieve the values of the status objects of interest, and should then delete the entry. In order to prevent old entries from clogging the table, entries will be aged out, but an entry will ever be deleted within 5 minutes of completing.
Back to CISCO-CONFIG-COPY-MIB MIB page.
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