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Scripting IOS Configuration Changes

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Jul 18th, 2002
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I have a Cisco 2620 router w/ IOS 12.0.3 that I use to connect our network to the internet via a T1. I have several users that use pcAnywhere for support purposes, but I only have two public IP addresses available. Currently, when I want to allow a user to send traffic over the pcAnywhere ports, I have to reconfigure the IOS to map their internal IP address to one of the public IP addresses. This is getting to be a lot of typing and I was wondering if their was a way to script this, so I could just change which internal address I want mapped to the public address and then run a script. This is all fairly new to me, so any suggestions would be appreciated.


Thanks,

Rick

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thomas.chen Thu, 07/25/2002 - 13:39
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I do something similar and just edit a text file and paste it into the router as needed. Perhaps that would be better than typing by hand everytime.

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