October 3rd, 2001 03:51 PM
cisco router question
I know stupid question, but is there any possible way to reboot a cisco 2500 series router over telnet.
most likley not but i figured id ask if anyone new any tricks
October 3rd, 2001 03:56 PM
when you telnet into it type help or ?. There should be a command that will let you do a soft reboot
October 3rd, 2001 04:02 PM
I dont exactly have the list of steps i need to acomplish but i need to get the register to boot to the rom system image and bypass nvram
i dont belive the soft reboot command works for this
October 3rd, 2001 04:07 PM
you could also try going to cisco.com and goto their help section.
October 3rd, 2001 06:34 PM
After you have successfully gone to 'enable' functions, You should be able to execute a 'reload' command to reboot the router.
January 17th, 2002 04:21 PM
Get to privileged mode (enable) then conf term
change config-reg to 0x2142 , CTRL-Z, reload
but you wont maintain your telnet connection. (shrug)
January 17th, 2002 09:54 PM
Generally speaking if you don't have physical access, should you be in the router at all?
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