Cisco 675 Question

Richard Lotz rlotz at u.washington.edu
Thu Jul 26 15:27:44 PDT 2001


A stab in the darkHrm...have you tried `write all` rather than just
`write`?

-richard

On Thu, 26 Jul 2001, WebMasterP wrote:


> sorry to say, but you're way off base :D

>

> You have to be in enable mode to do any of the commands we are talking

> about.

>

> there is exec and enable mode, you start out in exec, then you type in

> enable to set nat entries

>

> goes like this

> password

> enable

> password

> set nat entry delete all

> write

> reboot

>

> and then they all come back.

> I'm pretty sure that's the same problem the orginal guy is having.

>

> Regards,

> Dan Podhola

> Web Master

> http://www.autoadvisor.com

>

> -----Original Message-----

> From: LINUX-owner at u.washington.edu

> [mailto:LINUX-owner at u.washington.edu]On Behalf Of Matt Holland

> Sent: Thursday, July 26, 2001 2:46 PM

> To: UW Linux Group

> Subject: Re: Cisco 675 Question

>

>

> I faintly remember having to go into something called "enable mode" for

> writes to nvram to take effect. Look into that, it might be the problem

> you're having.

>

> -matt

>

>

> on 7/26/01 2:37 PM, Greg Daly at gdaly at u.washington.edu was heard to say:

>

> > Hey all,

> > I have a cisco 675 that I recently upgraded to cbos 2.4.1. I set some

> static

> > NAT entries up for a while, and then i didnt need them anymore. The only

> > problem is, when I reboot or reset the cisco they come back.

> > I have tried

> >

> > set nat entry delete all

> > write

> > show nat

> >

> > and they are gone, but upon reboot, they come back.

> > any ideas?

> > thanks,

> > -greg

> >

>

> --

> Matt Holland

> Network Administrator

> FCB Seattle

> 206.628.3645

> http://seattle.fcb.com

>

>

>




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