How to:Display "Last configuration change"

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Apr 8th, 2004
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How do I get my routers to display:


"Last configuration change" and

"configuration change since..."


and if possible can I trap on these?



1720 IOS=12.2


Thank you in advance,


Bart

Correct Answer by Richard Burts about 13 years 2 months ago

To get those displays the router must be sure what date and time is. The best way to accomplish this is to run NTP and learn time from an NTP server. An alternative is to use the clock set command to set the time.


When the router has an authoritative time the display you want is automatic.

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To get those displays the router must be sure what date and time is. The best way to accomplish this is to run NTP and learn time from an NTP server. An alternative is to use the clock set command to set the time.


When the router has an authoritative time the display you want is automatic.

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