Many network disasters could have been avoided with simple router and switch housekeeping. If your router configuration file is important to you and your business, then you should back it up.
If you are happy that the current running configuration of the router is going to be your working version, then you can copy this into NVRAM with the copy run start command.
In order to save the router configuration, you need to have a PC or server on your network running TFTP server software. You can download this free software from companies such as SolarWinds. The same process is . . .
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