FW: router startup behavior

Jared Mauch jared at puck.Nether.net
Fri Jan 18 05:11:52 UTC 2002

	You may want to consider using tftp/rcp/whatnot loaded
files for this.

	As it loads [most if not all depending on the config length] all
of the config then parses it promptly.

	this will prevent leakage in rare cases.

	- jared

On Tue, Jan 15, 2002 at 07:21:18PM +0000, Simon Lockhart wrote:
> >This way, the neighbor has much less time to come up without filters since
> >we're immediately putting it in admin idle after naming it.
> It's not as bad as it sounds though - IOS waits for 30 seconds after the 
> "neighbor w.x.y.z remote-as 123" before trying to bring the sessions up - 
> giving you time to complete the configuration. 30 seconds always seems 
> long enough for a manual configuration (unless the phone rings after the 
> first line), so an automatic configuration should be fine.
> Simon
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