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TOPIC: COnfiguring Router

COnfiguring Router 11 years 11 months ago #16186

is there any command so that i can edit my config file of router...
like i have one old config file contents in a text file and iwanna copy all dat stuff into the new router...



HOW to do it?

Re: COnfiguring Router 11 years 11 months ago #16190

Hi,

Please provide more information, such as the make & model of the router, and if possible the software running on the router.

Different manufactures have different methods of achieving this.

R

Re: COnfiguring Router 11 years 11 months ago #16205

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1) Open the config.txt file and copy all the lines

2) In router goto the Global Coniguration mode

3) Paste the configuration file into the router by selecting Edit > Paste to Host on the HyperTerminal menu.

4) After the configuration has finished pasting and the router brings you back to the configuration prompt, issue the copy running-config startup-config command to write the configuration into memory.

5) Issue the exit command to return to the Router# prompt.


Thats it!!!

I hope it will help u.


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Dove
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