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    first solo reload on a cisco series 12000

    Hi guys,
    Here i am at 4h50 am ten minutes away from my first reload on a router thats in production to update it. The router is a cisco series 12000 so it is pretty big. Most of the interfaces are our peers so if it screws up it will mean that a lot of the traffic between europe and the usa will be interupted for a couple of minutes till the network finds a new route. So Any advice, I still have 5 minutes before i hit reload. Of course if it does go to boll***k I wont have time to check any replies. So wish me luck.
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    Sorry...not familiar with what you are doing...but cant you export the existing configuration...then reload if it f&cks up????

    Something I do with the piddly little routers I work with

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    I'm not too familar with it either but what you say is basically true. You take a snapshot of the router before you reload and then check that the snapshot you take afterwards is the same. I change over from being a microsoft systems admin to pure networking a couple of months ago, as part of my long term career plan, so i am still learning the ropes. In any case every thing went well so I can relax for a while .
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