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Viewing saved config

Please I have some Ques.

1. Is it possible I see the content of a 'copy config tftp' with notepad or any other format.

2.Is there any diff btw 'copy run start' and 'write'.

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Re: Viewing saved config

"1. Is it possible I see the content of a 'copy config tftp' with notepad or any other format. "

If you mean after loading config to a Windows PC, yes. However, notepad might not like the CRLF combination, if not, try WordPad.

"2.Is there any diff btw 'copy run start' and 'write'. "

On the later IOS images (12.4), at least for routers, there is. "sh arch conf diff nvram:startup(press tab) system:running(press tab)" (syntax is from memory, it might be incorrect.

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Re: Viewing saved config

Thanks greatly. I am so impress.

I am having an issue here. I have a 3800 series router that connects branches. But of recent I noticed the router will lose connection to some branches,even when the ISP confirm that the link is fine. But when I reboot the router,they all come up. I have like 5 ISP on the router. This problem is peculiar to just 1 ISP (A) and the most baffling thing is that its not all the branches that ISP A is supporting that get affected,but part and same branches.

Please what is the problem with the router.

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Re: Viewing saved config

Hello Kennie..

Could you tell me what type of connectivity you are using is it E1/T1 connection and if it has been configured as unframed, try to make it to framing of CRC4 and encapsulation as PPP.. I hope it helps. .

Regards

Harish

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