Product Documentation

How to Load Saved Configuration Package into the Configuration Editor

Aug 09, 2017

To resume work on a saved configuration package, you must first open the package and load it into the Configuration Editor.

To load a saved configuration package, do the following:

  1. Log back into the Management Web Interface, and navigate to the Configuration Editor.

          To open the Configuration Editor, do the following:

          a.  Select the Configuration tab at the top of the page to open the Configuration navigation tree (left pane).

          b.  In the navigation tree, click + to the left of the Virtual WAN branch to open that branch.

          c.  In the Virtual WAN branch, select Configuration Editor.

               This opens the Configuration Editor main page for a new session.

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               If you have just logged back into the Management Web Interface, the Configuration Editor initially opens for a new session, with no configuration package loaded. You have the option of starting a new configuration (New), opening an existing saved configuration (Open), or importing (Import) and then opening (Open) a configuration previously backed up to your local PC.

     2.  Click Open.

          This displays the Open Configuration Package dialog box.

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3.  Select the package to open from the Saved Packages drop-down menu.

Note

If you have just opened the Configuration Editor, it might take a few seconds or a minute or two for the Saved Packages menu to be populated, depending on the number of configurations you have saved to your workspace. If so, in the interim, the Saved Packages menu field might display the message No saved packages. If this occurs, click Cancel to close the dialog box, wait a few moments, and click Open again to reopen the dialog box.

     4.  Click Open.

Note

This opens the specified Configuration Package and loads it into the Configuration Editor for editing, only. This does not stage or activate the selected configuration to the local appliance.