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By elemzy ·
hi
i have a 26oo router that was installed by a vendor, i typed "sh running conf" and i saw that interface e0 has access list 120 configured. i tried to view the content of the access list, by typing show access list 120 but the output was just blank, i also typed "sh ip interface" but no success. the question is, how can i see the content of the access list.
also how can i set mt tftp server address (or ip?) so i can backup to it?

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by ISPnetworker In reply to cisco access list

It sounds as though the vendor may have created tiered logon accounts. With "sho conf" or "sho run" you should see all access-lists. Failure to see ACLs in addition to the inability to view the interface leads me to believe you have accessed the router using a restricted logon. Consult with your vendor to see if this is the case.

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by mshavrov In reply to cisco access list

How do you access the router? Do you have "enable" password or you have username and password provided by ISP? If you have username/password, probably ISP just created users profile with limited commands set.

Getting full access to router reallydepends on:

1. How bad you want to have config
2. How much downtime you may allow.

Technology itself is well-known and simply:

1. Go to www.cisco.com, search for "password recovery procedure", print step-by-step instructions.

2. Connectyour PC to console port of the router, reboot router, follow printed instructions to get administrative (enable) access.

3. Save config file to TFTP server (free TFTP servers are available at www.download.com), then configure config register backand reboot router again.

As result you have config saved on your PC and router unmodified. Drawback is 3-5 minutes downtime.

Good luck,

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