Cisco Router Config

Posted on 2014-04-02
Last Modified: 2014-04-02
Hi all I have added a rule on our Cisco router to allow access on Port 53389, the command I used was

ip nat inside source static tcp 53389 interface Dialer0 53389

however whenever the router reboots it seems to loose that information and I need to read it in

any idears?
Question by:pepps11976
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max_the_king earned 500 total points
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you need to give the command:

copy run start
 and it will magically write on flash memory and keep it on reboot

hope this helps

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sorry for the Newbie question but when it asks

Destination filename (startup-config)?

what do I put there?
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enter to confirm

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Thanks :)

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