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Migrate Cisco ISR 861 to ISR 891

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I have a Cisco ISR 861 in production.  I just received a Cisco ISR 891 that will be replacing the 861.  All the setting from the 861 will be the same in the 891.

Is there an easy way to copy the config from the 861 to the 891, or do I just need to start from scratch on the 891?

Any Thoughts would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks!

Bob
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Most likely you can copy/paste with changes to adjust for interfaces (like fas1 versus gig1). If you have the wireless option that should be copy/paste as well, but not sure on that part.
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Don't forget to add all interface
no shutdown 

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command to enable it!
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