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Configure Terminal

Whenever we try to configure a switch, we use the command configure terminal.

When we type just configure, it asks terminal, memory or network.

What is the significance of each? Can someone explain?

Switch#configure
Configuring from terminal, memory, or network [terminal]?

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Hi,You use configure terminal

Hi,

You use configure terminal, which is the default, if you want to change the device's running-config stored in DRAM.

Configure memory changes the startup-config in the device's NVRAM.

Configure network changes the device's config stored in a TFTP server.

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Hi,You use configure terminal

Hi,

You use configure terminal, which is the default, if you want to change the device's running-config stored in DRAM.

Configure memory changes the startup-config in the device's NVRAM.

Configure network changes the device's config stored in a TFTP server.

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