I wanted to do a quick backup of my running config without needing to setup a TFTP server.
You will first want to get to enabled mode
Then run terminal length 0, as this will let the screen spit out all data without pruning with the ‘—-more—-‘ from output.
router# terminal length 0
The next step is configuring your putty session as follows:
Right-click the window title and choose ‘Change Settings’
On the left, select ‘Logging’ under ‘Session’
Select the ‘All session output’ radio button and choose a destination file
Now send a ‘show running-config’ command and the config will be sent to your log file.
router# sh run
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that did the trick. Thank you!