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Move files between ports and to/from the Lantronix Local Manager from a remote file system.

Command availability

CLI resource: port

Device makes: 3Com, Alcatel, Cisco, Comtech EF Data, Garmin, HP, iDirect, Juniper, ND Satcom, Netscreen, Nortel, Sun, Tasman, TippingPoint, native, server

Lantronix Local Managers: All

LMS offerings: All


copy <"source"> <"destination">
Copy from one port to another port:

copy <["port"]<"type"> <"version">> <["port"] <"version">>

Port is assumed to be this port if not specified.

Copy from this port to remote host:

copy <<"type"> <"version">> <scp | ftp> <"userName@IP[:file]">
copy <"type"> <"version"> Control Center category/file

Copy from remote host to this port:

copy <<scp | ftp> <"userName@IP:file">> <<"type"> <"version">>
copy Control Center <category/file> <"type"> <"version">

"source" and "destination" parameters are made up of the following choices:

  • type =
  • version = | archive #> User versions can include A-Z, a-z, 0-9, and _, 1 to 9 characters.
  • port = port #


Only file types relevant to the device type are supported and are placed in the device's file system on the Lantronix system.

[admin@LantronixLM (port1/1)]# copy os current port 1/2 candidate
[admin@LantronixLM (port1/1)]# copy port 1/2 os current previous
[admin@LantronixLM (port1/1)]# copy running-config current SCP joeuser@
password: ********
Sending... File successfully sent to
[admin@LantronixLM (port1/1)]# copy FTP joeuser@ running-config
Retrieved 'running-config' from 

In the example below, the running-config file for the device on port 1/1 is copied to the file archive on the Local Manager Management Station.

[admin@LantronixLM (port1/1)]# copy running-config current Control Center configs/Aus01-router.cfg     

File successfully sent to 
copy succeeded


1.07 - This command was introduced.

1.4 - Ability to copy tech, post, and archive files added.

3.4 - Added Control Center category/file as a source/destination.

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