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Configuring and Managing Network Components in Oracle® Solaris 11.4

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Updated: January 2019
 
 

Restoring an Exported ENM Configuration

You can import an ENM configuration that was generated with the export subcommand back into the system. The exported file has a series of subcommands that the netcfg command is capable of interpreting. The export subcommand is useful if you need to restore an ENM configuration or copy an ENM configuration to another system. Note that you can only restore an ENM configuration by using the netcfg command-line mode.

Use the following command to restore an exported configuration:

$ netcfg -f file

For example, you can restore the file that was exported in Example 19, Exporting an ENM Configuration to a File as follows:

$ netcfg -f myconf
Configuration read.