Join Denise Allen-Hoyt for an in-depth discussion in this video Displaying running and startup configurations, part of Up and Running with Cisco CLI Router Configuration.
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Understanding the show commands is critical…to being able to effectively troubleshoot,…verify, and check how you have configured…your routers, so we're going to go ahead and look…at the show commands one more time…on the west router, but first I have to log in.…I can then do a show with a question mark,…and that gives me a list of all the show commands…that are available in this particular operating system…that is installed on this router.…
You can see that the show IP,…the show IPV6 commands are here.…There is show version, show running config,…and show startup config.…I'm going to show you the output…of the running config, the show running config…command, so show running, and then I just hit…tab to go ahead and enter that full command line.…I hit enter, and this displays the current running…config that is stored in RAM.…
If I hit the enter key again, it goes down one line…at a time in the output of the command screen.…The config file then shows…our passwords as configured.…I can hit the space bar to go down…a full screen at a time.…
- Accessing a Cisco router
- Exploring terminal emulation
- Configuring a router hostname
- Disabling IP domain lookup
- Securing access
- Configuring interfaces and routes
- Setting up dynamic routing
- Verifying configurations
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Accessing the Router
2. Global Commands
3. Secure Management Access
Encrypting passwords3m 8s
4. Configuring Interfaces
5. Configuring Static and Default Routes
6. Configuring Dynamic Routing
7. Verifying Configurations
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