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For troubleshooting purposes, I need to collect some files from my ERX.(by ftp) Below is the content of my directory

ERX#dir

*** Active/standby file systems are being synchronized. ***

                                                               unshared
                      file                           size        size
------------------------------------------------   ---------   ---------
disk0:running.cnf                                     572514      572514
disk0:GE-HDE_0_07_21_2016_17_26.dmp                 38489957    38489957
disk0:GE-HDE_0_08_09_2016_16_41.dmp                 38674861    38674861
disk0:SRP-40G+_9_SC_08_09_2016_15_48.dmp           270021233   270021233
disk0:reboot.hty                                      119104      119104
disk0:srpioahotswap.log                                  336         336
disk0:system.log                                        1539        1539
disk0:hostkey2147483649.pub                              709         709
disk0:erx40_11-2-0.rel                             239432234   239432234
disk0:srp_stats.tsa                                   777391      777391
disk0:systemHalta7_210116_142344.tsa                  406816      406816
disk0:04102013.txt                                     18383       18383
standby-disk0:SRP-40G+_7_SC_08_09_2016_10_20.dmp      114688      114688
standby-disk0:SRP-40G+_7_SC_08_09_2016_15_49.dmp   211566592   211566592
standby-disk0:reboot.hty                               61696       61696
standby-disk0:srpioahotswap.log                          798         798
standby-disk0:system.log                                1279        1279
standby-disk0:systemHalta6_290715_141520.tsa          617924      617924
standby-disk0:systemHalta6_280516_170017.tsa          658452      658452
                                                          date           in
                      file                           (Africa/Douala)     use
------------------------------------------------   -------------------   ---
disk0:running.cnf                                  07/25/2012 09:25:20
disk0:GE-HDE_0_07_21_2016_17_26.dmp                07/21/2016 17:29:40
disk0:GE-HDE_0_08_09_2016_16_41.dmp                08/09/2016 16:45:32
disk0:SRP-40G+_9_SC_08_09_2016_15_48.dmp           08/09/2016 16:48:28
disk0:reboot.hty                                   08/09/2016 16:58:26
disk0:srpioahotswap.log                            08/09/2016 16:54:42
disk0:system.log                                   08/09/2016 16:55:24
disk0:hostkey2147483649.pub                        10/03/2011 05:57:24
disk0:erx40_11-2-0.rel                             08/27/2010 23:36:02    !
disk0:srp_stats.tsa                                01/12/2012 16:11:20
disk0:systemHalta7_210116_142344.tsa               01/21/2016 14:24:20
disk0:04102013.txt                                 10/04/2013 10:50:32
standby-disk0:SRP-40G+_7_SC_08_09_2016_10_20.dmp   08/09/2016 11:20:40
standby-disk0:SRP-40G+_7_SC_08_09_2016_15_49.dmp   08/09/2016 16:49:36
standby-disk0:reboot.hty                           08/09/2016 16:54:46
standby-disk0:srpioahotswap.log                    08/09/2016 16:54:48
standby-disk0:system.log                           01/21/2016 14:24:32
standby-disk0:systemHalta6_290715_141520.tsa       07/29/2015 14:16:10
standby-disk0:systemHalta6_280516_170017.tsa       05/28/2016 17:01:08
ERX#

The following outputs might be useful to you as well. My interest is the reboot.hty file

ERX#show version
Juniper Edge Routing Switch ERX-1440
Copyright (c) 1999-2010 Juniper Networks, Inc.  All rights reserved.
System Release: erx40_11-2-0.rel
        Version: 11.2.0 release-0.0 [BuildId 12329]   (July 12, 2010  12:35)
System running for: 0 days, 0 hours, 31 minutes, 50 seconds
        (since TUE AUG 09 2016 16:54:00 Africa/Douala)

slot  state      type       admin  spare running release   slot uptime
---- ------- ------------- ------- ----- ---------------- -------------
0    online  GE-HDE-8      enabled  ---  erx40_11-2-0.rel 0d00h:28m:25s
1    online  SERVICEMODULE enabled  ---  erx40_11-2-0.rel 0d00h:27m:27s
2      ---        ---        ---    ---        ---             ---
3      ---        ---        ---    ---        ---             ---
4      ---        ---        ---    ---        ---             ---
5      ---        ---        ---    ---        ---             ---
6    standby SRP-40G+      enabled  ---  erx40_11-2-0.rel      ---
7    online  SRP-40G+      enabled  ---  erx40_11-2-0.rel 0d00h:30m:07s
8      ---        ---        ---    ---        ---             ---
9      ---        ---        ---    ---        ---             ---
10     ---        ---        ---    ---        ---             ---
11     ---        ---        ---    ---        ---             ---
12     ---        ---        ---    ---        ---             ---
13     ---        ---        ---    ---        ---             ---

ERX#



ERX#sh host
        Static Host Table
        -----------------
   name        ip address     type
----------   --------------   ----
Typsoftftp   10.248.192.129   ftp

    NFS Host Table
    --------------
name   userid   groupid
----   ------   -------
    Clns Host Alias Table
    ---------------------
        area     system
name   address     ID     type
----   -------   ------   ----
ERX#
ERX#
ERX#ping 10.248.192.129
Sending 5 ICMP echoes to 10.248.192.129, timeout = 2 sec.
!!!!!
Success rate = 100% (5/5), round-trip min/avg/max = 9/10/15 ms
ERX#

Please, how do I proceed?

  • I'm not sure I understand your question. Can't you just use FTP or something to copy the files which interest you to a different host? – Ron Maupin Aug 11 '16 at 16:06
  • My concern is how to proceed by ftp in this particular case. In the past, I have done so with huawei's NE40, by inputting the loopback IP in the filezilla client and proceeding. but it doesn't seem to work in this case – NTD Aug 11 '16 at 16:13
  • in this case, the loopback IP of my ERX is 41.205.0.117, and from the "show host" output, I find the ftp server's IP in this case is 10.248.192.129 – NTD Aug 11 '16 at 16:16
  • I'm not sure why you are concerned with the loopback address. @DatagramNetwork provided the answer. – Ron Maupin Aug 11 '16 at 16:17
  • Just seeing the answer. let me try and feedback – NTD Aug 11 '16 at 16:20
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You may just push file to ftp server:

#copy /reboot.hty ftp://ftpuser:ftppasswd@IP_OF_FTP_SERVER/reboot.hty
  • Please, I don't seem to get it. if the user name is xxxx and the password is yyyy and the IP address is zzzz, how will that command be @Datagram – NTD Aug 11 '16 at 16:31
  • xxxx:yyyy@zzzz/reboot.hty – Datagram.Network Aug 11 '16 at 16:32
  • Does zzzz correspond to 10.248.192.129? – NTD Aug 11 '16 at 16:34
  • yes if it's your ftp server, username:password@10.248.192.129/reboot.hty – Datagram.Network Aug 11 '16 at 16:36
  • I get the following output .................................................. ( 1%)* % Copy destination not valid ' – NTD Aug 11 '16 at 16:37

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