Leo Laohoo Sun, 02/08/2009 - 14:58
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Yes, if your compact flash is big enough.


Why do you want to do this and why not storing this information on the DHCP server itself?

sujitkr7cisco Sun, 02/08/2009 - 21:12
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I want to save my mac binding file in Flash or NVRAM and then my origin paath is just same (NVRAM or Flash).

Leo Laohoo Sun, 02/08/2009 - 21:32
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I wouldn't suggest saving anything on the NVRAM (because there's a fixed amount of disk space) and Compact Flash (because you want to use this to save your IOS(es).


Again, I would like to ask why not consider saving the files on your DHCP server instead?

sujitkr7cisco Mon, 02/09/2009 - 02:13
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Right now i am using same router as a DHCP server.So i am saveing mac binding with ip address and want to save in FLASH and using this file through as origin . and every time user ip is authenticated by mac address which is binded in .TXT file.

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