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Normally means communicating with the router via a cable attached to a port on the router normally labelled "console". This is the most basic form of communicating with the router for start up config. Usually a serial connection to a PC or laptop using something like Hyperterminal or PuTTY.
I don't really know what your asking but i guess you want to know why your startup-config doesn't load. What your router is displaying is normal. You need to change the configuration register. 1.Let the router load then if asked select Yes to abandon autoinstall, then select No to skip initial setup. Press return (enter button) when asked. 2. Now type the following at the prompts. (you type the bold stuff press enter after each command) router>enable router#conf t router(config)#config-register 0x2102 router(config)#exit router#reload ........save changes blah blah blah.. type NO continue with reload Yes providing you have a startup-config, the router will now load it on bootup.
connect the blue cisco cable to the console port of the router concerned. Then using a pc based terminal emulator such has hyperterminal or putty (download using a google search), login into the router. when in privileged exec mode, type the following command, show running-config, or wr term or sh run and you will get to view the configuration.
I think you mean hyperterminal? you need a cisco serial cable (blue) and a serial port on your PC, maybe a USB to serial adapter if there isn't one. Set hyperterminal to use the COM port you have plugged in to, speed 9600 8 bit no parity. (8N1).
Without the serial cable you need to know the router IP and password.
hey you are saying that you want to configure the router,, but rommon mode is for breaking the password....do u forget the password of the router......can you explain why u need to log in through rommon mode
You might need to reset the password. In order to do this, follow these directions:
Console into the router, then power cycle it. As its rebooting hit the "break | pause" button on your keyboard, and you get to the rommon1> prompt.
Then type rommon1>confreg 2142 rommon2>reset
The router comes back on as if it were new---answer no to the first question, and sometimes it asks a second question (do you want to terminate autoinstall, or something...)---answer yes to the secondquestion if it asks. Then hit enter and you get router> in a few seconds.
You can access the user manual for your router by going to:
But simply put,
- You have to enable the web interface in Hyperterminal/Telnet/Terminal
- To connect to your router this way, open your Terminal and type the following commands in order:
1) enable (enter password if necc.)
2.) config term
3.) ip http server (this command might also be set to "no ip http server")
After doing the above:
1.) Press Cntrl+Z
2.) Go to Copy, Run, Start
3.) Open your browser and go to "10.10.10.1"