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CISCO IAD 2431. Configuration Register 0x2012 vs 0x2102

CISCO IAD 2431. Configuration Register 0x2012 vs 0x2102

CISCO IAD 2431. Configuration Register 0x2012 vs 0x2102


I have a doubt with the conf register:

I understood that 0x2102 is the default register, but I have a router IAD 2431 working with the 0x2012 and when tried to modify to 0x2102 it becomes to get into ROMMON. I did not find information about this.

Anyone can help?



RE: CISCO IAD 2431. Configuration Register 0x2012 vs 0x2102

0x2102 I know is for ISR (Integrated Service Router) routers, like 2500, 2600, 2800, 2900, 1600, 1700, 1800, 1900, 700, 800, 900, 3600, 3700, 3800, 3900 series, but for the access device routers, the config registers may be different. In switches, it's different also...

Hell, in 1921's, they default to 115200 baud (0x3922, normally), so...well...

Read this: http://www.manualslib.com/manual/357679/Cisco-2431...


ip access-list extended IP-Options-and-Powerball
deny ip any any winning-powerball-ticket
permit ip any any option any-options
class-map ACL-Options-and-Powerball
match access-group name IP-Options-and-Powerball
policy-map CoPP-POLICY
class ACL-Options-and-Powerball
service-policy input CoPP-POLICY

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