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removal of a configuration parameter

Does anyone know how to get rid of this "#test " in my 4006 config? I don't know where it is located?

here is the output from the show config command.

# ***** NON-DEFAULT CONFIGURATION *****

!

!

#time: Fri Aug 16 2002, 09:02:11

!

#version 6.1(3)

!

!

#system web interface version(s)

set password $2$Yzg6$$$$$$$$$ksjdfkljfdlk

set enablepass $ksdjflksdajflksdjf$$$$$$$$$

set prompt CCW-4006-CSW1>

set banner motd ^C

**********************************************

* This is the 4006 located in Zo's office *

**********************************************

^C

!

#test

!

#frame distribution method

set port channel all distribution mac both

!

#snmp

set snmp community read-write ########

set snmp rmon enable

set snmp trap enable module

set snmp trap enable chassis

set snmp trap enable bridge

set snmp trap enable repeater

set snmp trap enable vtp

set snmp trap enable auth

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Cisco Employee

Re: removal of a configuration parameter

You are seeing "#test" because at some point in time, the test diaglevel might have been changed from minimal to complete or viceversa. I did not find any way to remove it(clear config all does npt remove it too). Anyways, it's harmless

Cisco Employee

Re: removal of a configuration parameter

You are seeing "#test" because at some point in time, the test diaglevel might have been changed from minimal to complete or viceversa. I did not find any way to remove it(clear config all does npt remove it too). Anyways, it's harmless

New Member

Re: removal of a configuration parameter

Thanks!

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