We hope this can help some of you to reset your SUP720 back to default. Also if you have a moment you can view the Featured Products we have on sale today. Bringing a SUP720 back to its default configuration is fairly simple but there are a few key differences...

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This article will focus on Cisco switches running native IOS, not CatOS. For a page describing CatOS, please go here. To reset a Cisco switch running native IOS, enter the 'erase start', 'erase-startup config', or 'write erase' commands. This WILL NOT change the boot variables, i.e. config-register or boot system settings....

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Returning a Cisco Router to its original factory setting isn't a hard task at all. There are many methods that can be used, but I will show you the two most straight-forward approaches. METHOD 1 Check the configuration register by issuing the 'show version' command or 'sh ver' for short....

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The No Service Password-Recovery feature is a security enhancement that prevents anyone with console access to a Cisco router from accessing the configuration or recovering the password. First of all, I should say that the information in this article should not be used for illegal purposes. This information should only...

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