1 – Once connected, set the terminal screen length to 0 so that it doesn’t prompt me page by page. Do this with the “term len 0” command.
3 – Now click on Transfer > Capture Text and then select where to save the config and what you want to name it and click Start…
At this point, any input/output from HyperTerminal will show up in your txt file. This is why I had you type in the “show run” command and wait. Spaces and commands will show up cluttering your config file.
You now have your config backed up in the directory you specified earlier. Congrats!
If you didn’t already love HyperTerminal, you do now, right? Hope this helps.
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