Once I have deployed a router, I would like to know how to render the router useless in case someone trys to gain access through the console router re-boot method. Obviously, I am trying to prevent someone from gaining access to passwords and string list.
I believe that Martin is correct. This command will prevent the router from doing normal password recovery which seems to be what the original post was asking. It is a dangerous command, so be careful. It is a hidden command, so if you use online help you will not see it. I suggest that you do a search for this feature on the Cisco web site and study it carefully before you decide to implement it.
On the other hand, if you are going to deploy routers in remote sites and you are really worried about the possibility of someone at the site breaking into the router, this command is the way to prevent that problem.
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