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    The fastest way to rolling out routers and switches.

    Hello, I am a network engineer. Doing my job last 1 yrs. Working for private isp and I am looking for a method which is used for rolling out routers and switches are fast. These fast methods are use for fastest way to config router and switches. My company uses the flashcard reader for config router and switches. But these methods are slow and take time to reboot. Any suggestion for me! Thank you

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    Re: The fastest way to rolling out routers and switches.

    many of the people use tcl script for that which is loaded in flash drive (usb) where process is automatic if you have usb port on the router. That type of process looking cool in action. And these are little more advance as compare to flashcard reader. Doesnít use for any major roll outs.

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    Re: The fastest way to rolling out routers and switches.

    hey, if you use flashcard reader for rolling out routers and switches then it must be a slow process. If you use tcl scripts for the rolling out routers and switches then it must be fast compare to flashcard reader. If you use cisco smart install application then its fast as compared to tcl scripts and flashcard reader. Use smart install for best result. And itís looking cool also.

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