Author Topic: Should there be a thread for mismatch between what book tell and actual  (Read 774 times)

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'write erase' would wipe the router startup-configuration, and return the router to it's default state.  doing this in production is not recommended.

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Should you ever write erase a production router just because you're frustrated with it?

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Take a baseball bat and trash all the routers, shout out "IT'S A NETWORK PROBLEM NOW, SUCKERS!" and then peel out of the parking lot in your Ferrari.
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'write erase' would wipe the router startup-configuration, and return the router to it's default state.  doing this in production is not recommended.

QUOTED FOR VERY MUCH TRUTH

CANNOT STRESS THIS ENOUGH

Should you ever write erase a production router just because you're frustrated with it?

 :no:


write erase
reload in 15
and then peel out of the parking lot in your Ferrari.

No don't do this just trying to be funny.
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