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What IOS command to shutdown 2500 router

ejgilles (TechnicalUser) (OP)
9 Dec 08 22:52
I was wondering if anyone can tell me what and if there is an IOS command to turn off a cisco 2500 router. I prefer to shut it down this way than shutting if off from the back of the router.
Minue (TechnicalUser)
10 Dec 08 9:39
Hello
   Cisco routers were meant to run for all of their life's.You are lucky to even have a power switch winky smileNo such command!
 Regards
sk391 (TechnicalUser)
10 Dec 08 9:45
Suppose you could enter reload..... what for it to restart and then switch off...
burtsbees (Programmer)
10 Dec 08 12:18
That could corrupt the startup image, sk...

The only way is to just shut it down with the power switch. Nothing bad will happen---as Minue says, this is how they are designed.

Burt
ejgilles (TechnicalUser) (OP)
10 Dec 08 17:35
Thanks a lot guys. I appreciate the input!!!
sk391 (TechnicalUser)
11 Dec 08 14:03
Thanks for correcting me Burt.   

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