in below link indicates to save after changing the config_file variable.If we save this the new startup config file will be overwritten by running config and when router reboots it will not boot with the new startup config.How this will work andy suggestions?
yes it is right but my question is if we point to new startup config Specifying the CONFIG_FILE Environment Variable and then save Isn't it going to overwrite the new startup with running config.See the steps in the link I attached.
actually after the command boot config the documentation says:
After you specify a location for the startup configuration file, the nvram:startup-config command is aliased to the new location of the startup configuration file. The more nvram:startup-config EXEC command will display the startup configuration, regardless of its location.
Notice in the example that the config file is copied to the flash file twice:
The following example copies the running configuration file to the first PCMCIA slot of the RSP card in a Cisco 7500 series router. This configuration is then used as the startup configuration when the system is restarted.
Thats what I understand but if I do wr mem let say after having a modified startup,it will be overwritten by running config.This means this is only for changing the config file location but what if I want to boot with completely new startup config.
Is config replace or rollback the right option only but this not there in 12.2
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