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Refer to the exhibit. An administrator is trying to back up the current running configuration of the router to a USB drive, and enters the command copy usbflash0:/R1-config running-config on the router command line. After removing the USB drive and connecting it to a PC, the administrator discovers that the running configuration was not properly backed up to the R1-config file. What is the problem?

CCNA3 v7 - ENSA Final Exam Answers 01
CCNA3 v7 – ENSA Final Exam Answers 01
  • There is no space left on the USB drive.
  • The file already exists on the USB drive and cannot be overwritten.
  • The drive was not properly formatted with the FAT16 file system.
  • The USB drive is not recognized by the router.
  • The command that the administrator used was incorrect.
Explanation & Hint:

Based on the information provided, the administrator’s command was intended to back up the router’s running configuration to a file on a USB drive. The command used was copy usbflash0:/R1-config running-config. However, the correct syntax to copy the running configuration to a file on a USB drive should be the opposite; it should start from the source file and then specify the destination file. Thus, the command should be copy running-config usbflash0:/R1-config.

In the copy command, the first part is the source, and the second part is the destination. So if the administrator wanted to back up the running configuration of the router to a file named “R1-config” on the USB drive, the correct command should be:

copy running-config usbflash0:/R1-config

The exhibit shows that there is available space on the USB flash drive, so space is not the issue, and there is no indication that the file system is incorrectly formatted or that the USB drive is not recognized by the router.

Therefore, the problem is that the command that the administrator used was incorrect.

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