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Cisco 2811 to Cisco 2911

Posted on 2010-09-21
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Hi there,
I have just ordered a new Cisco 2911 router.  What is the easiest way of copying and pasting all my 'running config' from 2811 to the new router 2911?  How many manual entries I have to make?  Is there a way to check all my configuration on the new router running fine while the old 2811 still ON?
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Istvan Kalmar earned 2000 total points
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Hi,


you need to change only the interfaces name, and all config working, if you have license:)

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Istvan
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ikalmar:
Please describe in detail, I rarely do this cisco stuff.  I will be copying the running config for the first time.  I need to understand in steps what to do.  Please explain.
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if you copy configs here I help you
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