By pressing the reset button 6 seconds or typing the command "do Other/Reset-Config", it's possible to erase the current running config and bring the device back to its default settings.
In some cases it may be useful to have a customized default config (configured as a client with an IP address for example).
To modify the default config:
- Configure a device with the configuration you think appropriate for its default settings
- Via the command line interface type the command "bootconfig -s 1" (details of the bootconfig at the end of this how-to)
Typing this command, the running config becomes the default config.
It's also possible to have an alternate boot config, to do it you can refer to the How-to "How-to create an alternate boot config"
Usage: bootconfig action [slot]
-s or --savecurrent: save current configuration as alternative boot configuration in given slot
-r or --remove: remove the alternative boot configuration in given slot
-d [ca] or --delcert [ca]: remove default certificate/additional CA
-c or --clear: remove everything
-h,-? or --help: print this text
Possible slots are 1, 2 or all
Slot 1 for writing the default boot config
Slot 2 for writing the alternate boot config