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Need some advice on replacing an existing router with a new one.

Posted on 2008-06-12
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The old router is a 1700 series router and the new one is a 1841 (both cisco).
Do I need to load any config besides the start-up config from the 1700 to the 1841 in order to replace the router?
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You may need to change the interface type and NAT statements that reference an interface but the rest should be okay.
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Ok.. I have downloaded config files to a ftp server before but I have not uploaded from ftp to router what commands do that?
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copy ftp start
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Thanks
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THanks for the help it somewhat worked it copied over about half of the config
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