Hi, if you want to clear all pix config why don't just set the device to factory defaults or erase all current config, you could do it in couple of ways..either do it with a " write erase " to erase configuration from flash then reboot,
Normally you don't need to go that far with jumpers, the seting to factofy defaults is good, however, " write erase " command followed by a "reload " from console connection should completely erase any configuration from firewall. You can confirm this by after reloading issue " show start " or " show run " and you will see the configuration is gone.
This situation is slightly different. I'm not just trying to clear the config for a fresh start or recovery, but actually clear the entire flash and any other non-volatile memory on the PIX for security reasons. So I need to do anything possible to clear the PIX, even above and beyond normal recovery steps.
Is the config the only thing stored in flash memory? Does the jumper clear the flash or does it clear something else?
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