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-PCoIP users must run Network Connect (NC).  More to the pointthey will WANT to run NC PCoIP uses both TCP and UDP to communicatehence the need for the UDP / ESP traorpnst provided by NC Just make sure that you have UDP port 4500 openotherwise the entire session will be limited to only the TCP traorpnst and the user experience will be degraded by having pushed UDP over TCP Thankfully many of the PCoIP View users out there are more along the lines of power usersor at least those with corporate issued or controlled laptops After all, the View client itself is a pretty large software package that also requires admin rights.+====== Uploading a Configuration File (CLI Procedure====== 
 +^ **Options** ^ **Description** ^ 
 +^ **merge** |Combines the current active configuration and the configuration in filename or the one that you type at the terminalA merge operation is useful when you are adding a new section to an existing configuration. If the active configuration and the incoming configuration contain conflicting statementsthe statements in the incoming configuration override those in the active configuration
 +^ **override** | Discards the current candidate configuration and loads the configuration in filename or the one that you type at the terminal. When you use the override option and commit the configurationall system processes reparse the configuration. You can use the override option at any level of the hierarchy.| 
 +^**replace** | Searches for the replace tags, deletes the existing statements of the same name, if any, and replaces them with the incoming configurationIf there is no existing statement of the same name, the replace operation adds the statements marked with the replace tag to the active configuration.| 
 +To enter configuration mode: 
 +   user@switch> configure 
 +You will see this output, with the hash or pound mark indicating configuration mode. 
 +Entering configuration mode 
 +   user@switch# 
 +Load the configuration file: 
 +    user@switch# load merge terminal 
 +At the cursor, paste the contents of the Clipboard using the mouse and the Paste icon: 
 +      user@switch# load merge terminal 
 +      [Type ^D at a new line to end input] 
 +      >Cursor is herePaste the contents of the clipboard here< 
 +Press Enter. 
 +Press Ctrl+D to set the end-of-file marker. 
 +To view results of the configuration steps before committing the configurationtype the **''show''** command at the user prompt. 
 +To commit these changes to the active configurationtype the **''commit''** command at the user prompt.You can also edit the configuration interactively using the CLI and commit it at a later time.  
 +Note: For this operation to work, you must include replace tags in the text file or in the configuration you type at the terminal
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