write [ erase | memory | network | terminal | ]
erase Erases the startup-configuration memory Writes the running-configuration to the startup-configuration terminal Dumps the running-configuration to the terminal (console/line) network Dumps the startup-configuration to a tftp-server
The default write command without any parameters is the same as "write memory." See write memory for more information about this topic. This command provides several different methods for output of configuration files. Much of the same functionality can be accomplished using the copy command.
|This command has been replaced with the command copy run start|
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