To end the screen capture, select Transfer > Capture Text > Stop on the HyperTerminal menu.
Open the config.txt file you created in any text editor, such as Notepad or Wordpad.
Search for and remove any line that starts with AAA.
Note: This step removes any security commands that could lock you out of the router.
For each interface that is followed by shutdown, leave it as it is.
For all other interfaces, issue the noshutdown command, as shown in this example:
interface Serial0/0 no ip address no ip directed-broadcast no shutdown
Save the file.
Connect to the router that needs the configuration.
Open the config.txt file.
Highlight the entire contents of the config.txt file.
To accomplish this, drag the cursor from before the first character to after the last character in the file while holding down the left mouse button. If you are using Notepad, select Edit > Select All from the menu.
Copy the selected text to the Windows clipboard.
To copy, you can either select Edit > Copy from the text editor's menu, or hold down the CTRL key and simultaneously press the C key.
Switch to the HyperTerminal window and issue the configure terminal command at the Router# prompt and select Enter.
Paste the configuration file into the router by selecting Edit > Paste to Host on the HyperTerminal menu.
After the configuration has finished pasting, and the router brings you back to the configuration prompt, issue the copy running-config startup-config command. This writes the configuration into memory.
To return to the Router# prompt, issue the exit command.