Tagged: putty

Erase the configuration on Cisco 2600/3600 Routers 2

Erase the configuration on Cisco 2600/3600 Routers

A bit back I decided that I should investigate following the Cisco Certification path.  The lower levels aren’t hard, but all things considered, you really need to have a “test lab” of equipment to play with.  So a few weeks ago I was offered a pair of old Cisco 2600 series routers on the cheap, and decided to pick them up.  Around that time I also acquired myself a number...

Backing up/Migrating PuTTY 1

Backing up/Migrating PuTTY

If you regularly use SSH/Telnet from Windows, you probably use PuTTY.  If you don’t use PuTTY, you either should, or your paying too much.  Anyways, if you use it a fair amount you probably have saved sessions.  While PuTTY doesn’t have an internal mechanism for backing up these settings, it turns out it is very easy.  All the settings are stored in the registry.  There are two easy methods if you...