The private key is encrypted (protected) via the specified pass phrase. After the key is protected, it may continue to be used by the router; that is Internet Key Exchange (IKE) tunnels and encrypted key export attempts should continue to work because the key remains "unlocked."
To lock the key, which can be used to disable the router, issue the crypto key lock rsa privileged EXEC command. (When you lock the encrypted key, all functions which use the locked key are disabled.)
We are pleased to announce availability of Beta software for 16.6.3.
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