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2020/07/21 02:23:51 (permalink)
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Using usb key

I'm looking on how to get the config on a USB key. This can be done via GUI and CLI.
Using CLI it's possible to manage the usb-key copying the backup with:
execute usb-disk *
execute backup *

The execute backup command has 2 options for output to usb:
usb          Backup config file to USB disk.
usb-mode     Backup config file for USB mode.

What is the difference between usb and usb-mode? Does the latter have to do with the auto-install mode?
The documentation is not helping here.
Firmware is 6.0.6. 
 
PS. Is the execute command dropped in fw 6.2+ ? It's not in the CLI manuals anymore.
post edited by Magion - 2020/07/21 07:02:31
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    Re: Using usb key 2020/07/21 06:28:22 (permalink)
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    hm I just used auto-install mode for that.
    you find that under system->advanced->Usb install in gui
    or in config system auto-install in cli.
    It is enabled by factory default and on gui it shows you the default filenames (on cli it does not show these unless you explicitely set them).
     
    Default is:
     
    image.out for firmware image
    fgt_system.conf for configuration
     
    if this is on the usb key which is plugged into the fgt and you reboot or power cycle the FGT it will detect that and automagically install firmware and config. If there is only one of them it will install only that one.
     
    hth
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    Re: Using usb key 2020/07/21 06:58:17 (permalink)
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    Thanks for the explanation.
    But what I really wanted to know (I will change the TS to reflect this better) is what the usb and usb-mode option do.
     
     
     
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