Cisco archive command

The Cisco archive command has been around for several years now and is still valid for smaller operations that are unable to afford or require a commercial software package to do the same thing.  Two of the main benefits include backing-up your configurations after changes and logging the commands that were executed by each user. The commands necessary to accomplish these tasks are fairly straightforward,

sw1# config t
sw1(config)# archive
sw1(config-archive)# path
sw1(config-archive)# write-memory
sw1(config-archive)# log config
sw1(config-archive-log-config)# logging enable Continue reading Cisco archive command