hi all, i checked out juniper routers and 1 feature that impressed me a lot was the rescue configuration, is there a possible way that i make a standard configruation and store it on router, and when my configuration changes for some purpose and i am locked out of the router then the person at the site just need to restart it or do something so that this time my rescue configuration takes place of running config ?? guys who are familiar with juniper may have a good idea of what i am talking about so is there any way to do the same in cisco ?
You could have all your devices load their configurations via TFTP/FTP.
In this mode of configuration management, all your configs would need to be loaded on a central server, and each router configured to pull it's config from that server. On the routers/switches, you would have a very basic configuration stored in NVRAM or ROMMON with the necessary configuration information to enable the device to pull those configs.
By using this method and performing periodic (nightly) configuration captures, you can roll back as far as needed.
However, that device isn't going to boot fully unless it can reach the TFTP/FTP server.
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