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RAS problem

i just named it as such since it's the existing service that was affected. i have a 1600 cisco router which was moved together with the rest of the servers. i don't know if it was reset or something coz all the cabling and wires were moved as is. meaning it was the exact way it was upstairs. would it reset by itself when you turn it off for an extended period of time like say 45-1 hr? we just turned off everything during that time frame. our main connection is up but our remote offices are not. it was set up two modems which i think was for our remote access routers.


Re: RAS problem

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Re: RAS problem

Was the configuration saved on the router.

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