How do I automatically save running config onto startup config?
When I configure onto a router, the configurations are stored in running configuration and it requires for me to run "wr" command to store running configurations onto startup configuration. Thus, this enables the configurations to be retained even after router restart.
Is there any mechanism, wherein any configuration that I do on the router, should by default be written onto startup configuration, without me explicitly invoking the "wr" command every time.
The whole idea of not doing a write automatically is to make sure that changes that might cause issues to the working condition of the router can be avoided and in the worst case when they reload the router, it should come up with the good old config that was available in the start-up config.
In your case you wanted every line of config to be written in the startup, which is not a good idea.
What you can do is, you can do a periodical write on the tftp server. This could be every day or every week.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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