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SH RUN Command

By stngfan1 ·
I have a 2610 router I would like to print out the config for it. When I type sh run it doesnt work, if I type show tech, I get alot of pages. I want to have a print out of the config for network documentation. Is there another command to show the config ? Will sh tech be more than enough?
I'm running IOS V12.

Thanks

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by Ann777 In reply to SH RUN Command

Try (one should work):

show terminal
show config

As I recall from use of a previous os version, you need to capture from a hyperterminal session and issue the command, then save the resulting hyperterminal capture.

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by stngfan1 In reply to SH RUN Command

Show config did'nt work, show terminal shows me the stats of my current session. I'm looking for the config of the router itself. In case it fries I have a print out of how it was configured. TM.

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by fgarber In reply to SH RUN Command

depending on the version of telnet you use (any but win2000) you can telnet into the router and login. then click on terminal then start logging. you can build the log file on the desktop with a .txt extension. do your sh run. then click on terminal then stop logging. now you can double-click on the txt file you created and print it from notepad.

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by stngfan1 In reply to SH RUN Command

I'm using Procomm + so logging isn't a problem and saving to a text file is fine. I'm looking for the command to show the config of the router. TM

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by rileylk In reply to SH RUN Command

Are you in enabled mode? You can run a sh tech from the basic login, but cannot get to the run or start files without entering enabled mode. When you telnet in, you provide the password and it gives you the prompt, (for example routername&gt. At that prompt, type en and press enter, and you will be prompted for the password to enter enabled mode. When successfully entered, your prompt will turn to routername#, then you will be able to access the sh run. L

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by stngfan1 In reply to SH RUN Command

This was it. Thanks for your help. Thanks to everybody that responded too.

TM.

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by McKayTech In reply to SH RUN Command

I usually use either 'sh conf' or 'wr t' and capture the output.

The other option is to use 'wr network' and write the information to a TFTP server.

paul

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by stngfan1 In reply to SH RUN Command

Answer above did the trick. Thanks.

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