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Ok, I'm a dummy but here's what happened.  Cisco 1600 series routers.

I have an application that requires IP Directed Broadcasts on UDP port 42503 enabled on my routers (at least I thought, there is a workaround which I'm going to use so I don't have to enable IP Directed Broadcasts on my routers).

What I did was put a
"ip forward-protocol udp 42503"
in the ip classless section of my 1600 before I realized I didn't need it.  So with keeping with true Cisco fashion to remove it all I had to do was put a no in front of it so
"no ip forward-protocol UDP"  
well this disabled it all together.  Now in my IP classless section I have
"no ip forward-protocol UDP"
Which is blocking all UDP traffic across my WAN now (I'm a moron)

What I need is the command to remove this line from the config all together, anyone have any ideas?  I'm sure it's an easy one for a Cisco guy, however this I am not.  Any and all help is appreciated!
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