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Compiled Wed 30-Apr-08 19:37 by prod_rel_team
ROM: System Bootstrap, Version 12.4(13r)T, RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc1)
Using a USB drive as a file storage can come in handy when you need to;
1: back up the existing images or running-config & in a rush or hurry
2: need to transfer a image from one router to anothe and you don't have a tftp server program
3: or you only have console access-only and no network access
You need to plug in your USB drive device. If the device is not recognized, you will see an error in your logs;
Next, you will need to format the device if the above presents. I found some devices like my patriot 8gb memory stick will not format cleanly and presents errors.
( patriot stick with error after format )
( a usb tick of unknown origin from the DDoS vendor Prolexic )
Now that the device is format, you can use it like any ole flash ;)
This makes for a simple storage that's cheap and easy to use.
Freelance Network & Security Engineer
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