Join Denise Allen-Hoyt for an in-depth discussion in this video Saving the active config and viewing the start and run files, part of Up and Running with Cisco CLI Router Configuration.
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- So there are several additional commands…in the global configuration command mode.…Of those are both the copy command and the show command.…So I'm going to go ahead and just type enable…to get into the privileged mode.…I can display the commands copy…and all of the commands that are available…in the copy command.…One of those commands is the copy running-config…and another command is the copy startup-config.…Additionally there are commands…that start with show, space, question mark…and all of these commands are available…following the term show.…
Like show interfaces or show running-config,…or show startup-config, which are the two commands…that I'm going to demonstrate for you here.…First if I do show running-config…this is going to display the configuration file…that currently is running in RAM in the router.…You can see there the hostname West.…Again if you press the enter key…it's going to take you down one line at a time.…
If you hit the space bar it's going…to take you down a full page at a time in the command line.…
- 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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