Switch 3560 config-register value

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Nov 30th, 2009

Hi,

Configuration register value for 3560 swicth. It  shows 0Xf  is there anything wrong with this value?

What is the significance of this value like in router config-reg value which we use to recover the password ?

Please share the experience.

Any link on cisco.com is highly appreciable.

Thanks in advance

Subodh

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Correct Answer by Jon Marshall about 7 years 1 month ago

bapatsubodh wrote:

Hi,

Configuration register value for 3560 swicth. It  shows 0Xf  is there anything wrong with this value?

What is the significance of this value like in router config-reg value which we use to recover the password ?

Please share the experience.

Any link on cisco.com is highly appreciable.

Thanks in advance

Subodh

Subodh

0xf is the normal config register value for the 3560 switch. When you do a password recovery on the 3560 + others (see attached link), you do not reset the config register, instead you use the mode button on the front of the switch to go into ROMMON -

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/switches/ps628/products_password_recovery09186a0080094184.shtml

Jon

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Jon Marshall Mon, 11/30/2009 - 06:07

bapatsubodh wrote:

Hi,

Configuration register value for 3560 swicth. It  shows 0Xf  is there anything wrong with this value?

What is the significance of this value like in router config-reg value which we use to recover the password ?

Please share the experience.

Any link on cisco.com is highly appreciable.

Thanks in advance

Subodh

Subodh

0xf is the normal config register value for the 3560 switch. When you do a password recovery on the 3560 + others (see attached link), you do not reset the config register, instead you use the mode button on the front of the switch to go into ROMMON -

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/switches/ps628/products_password_recovery09186a0080094184.shtml

Jon

bapatsubodh Mon, 11/30/2009 - 06:55

Hi,

Jon thanks for your information.  It clears my confusion.

Thanks

subodh

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