Hi, copy and paste is a perfect way to add to the config. Whenever i do aomething tricky i enable a schedule reload before I enter the command incase you get a suprise. First copy you entire config to notepad and save it, then go to the section you want to up grade, copy and paste that into another notepad document, insert you changes on the line you want it located at. Now you can config t on the router and copy then paste to host. do not write memory untill you are sure things are working, if so cancle the reload, should work depending on what you are changing.
The following example reloads the software on the router in 10 minutes:
Router# reload in 10
Router# Reload scheduled for 11:57:08 PDT Fri Apr 21 1996 (in 10 minutes)
Yeah that way will work, but won't at the same time. I have over 500 dial peers and each has a translation rule. So in other words my config is HUGE! To paste could take 10 minutes and if a mistake is made......BOOM!
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