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Is there a way I can modify the start-up config  while ssh'ed in to a cisco router without affecting the running-config and without using TFTP?
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Pete Long earned 500 total points
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No - you need to change the Startup by saving the running config, or TFTP in a new one, or http in a new one.

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by:Predrag Jovic
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Actually, there is.
It can be performed by use of TCL, I did it a week ago during some stack testing to check implementation scenario that I will have in a few days.

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