David’s Cisco Networking Blog

Oct 24 2008   8:09AM GMT

Configure Cisco routers to save core dumps for troubleshooting crashes



Posted by: David Davis
Tags:
Cisco
Network Management
Networking

I recently wrote an article for on how to configure your router to send a core dump of all current RAM memory to a TFTP server when/if the router crashes. I believe this is very important to configure on every router so that you can troubleshoot a router crashing issue with the Cisco TAC, when it happens to you. You don’t want to have to wait for another router crash do you? For the full article, please read: Configure Cisco routers to save core dumps for troubleshooting crashes

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