Cisco 675 Question
rjpower at washington.edu
Fri Jul 27 20:46:33 PDT 2001
Though I have never encountered this problem with my own 675 the site Zach
described does have some interesting information - I found it at:
You can find information on resetting the configuration under the Misc. Info
----- Original Message -----
From: "Z. Frazier" <zfrazier at u.washington.edu>
To: "UW Linux Group" <linux at u.washington.edu>
Sent: Friday, July 27, 2001 5:34 PM
Subject: Re: Cisco 675 Question
> i used to have a cisco 675,
> if you log in on the serial console and issue a break as it is booting or
> right after, you will get a prompt at which you can type "ES 6" , this
> will erase page number 6 of the memory...
> this however may go to far, as it cleans all of your NVRAM, passwords, and
> config file. great for a fast and dirty fix...
> i think you enter "MO" or "monitor off" or something similar next. then
> "go" should reboot the modem to a clean out of the box state.
> i remeber finding this a while go on somebodys personal homepage hosted by
> Qwest. In fact there tech support said they couildn't help me, but sent
> me to the page of a customer...
> Zach Frazier
> zfrazier at u.washington.edu
> On Thu, 26 Jul 2001, Greg Daly wrote:
> > Hey all,
> > I have a cisco 675 that I recently upgraded to cbos 2.4.1. I set some
> > 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
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