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injecting configuration into cisco router

I can save on a tftp server or inject into a router the contents of the startup configuration with the commands "Copy startup-config tftp:" or "Copy tftp: startup-config".But i use these commands on the router. Is there a means to make these operations from the tftp server . For example injecting a configuration in a router but by typing a command from the tftp server or using ciscoworks.

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Re: injecting configuration into cisco router

If you have CiscoWorks RME, you can use it for pushing configs to the routers using cwconfig CLI script or ConfigEditor. For small/minor changes, you can use NetConfig. Refer to the RME docs for more details.

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