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Cisco Router Configuration Handbook, Second Edition by Andrew Whitaker, Steve McQuerry - CCIE No. 6108, Dave Hucaby - CCIE No. 4594

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Chapter 1. Configuration Basics

This chapter presents background and configuration information for the following configuration basics:

1-1: User Interfaces

1-2: File Management

1-3: Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)

1-4: System Time

1-5: Logging

1-6: System Monitoring

1-7: Service Assurance Agent (SAA)

1-8: Buffer Management

1-9: Some Troubleshooting Tools

1-1 User Interfaces

A router supports user access by command-line interface (CLI), a web browser, or by GUI device management tools. A router also provides a user interface to the ROM monitor bootstrap code.

Users can execute IOS commands from a user level or from a privileged level. User level offers basic system information and remote connectivity commands. Privileged level ...

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