|running config vs startup config||1.68||0.8||8429||17|
|running config to startup config||1.27||0.7||1748||39|
|running config startup config||1.12||0.3||3940||13|
|running config and startup config||1.24||0.4||7357||41|
|copy running config startup config||0.17||0.8||2619||1|
|copy running config startup config shortcut||0.72||0.1||5823||36|
|copy running config to startup config cisco||0.58||0.4||618||90|
|save running config to startup config||0.7||0.8||6443||24|
|save running config to startup config cisco||0.16||0.5||8800||16|
|save running config to startup config command||0.53||0.2||7915||86|
|copy running config to startup config||0.57||0.4||8015||12|
|copy running config to startup config command||0.84||0.9||7594||44|
|cisco running config vs startup config||1.44||0.1||7302||60|
The running-configuration is the config that is in the router's memory . You change this config when you make changes to the router. Keep in mind that config is not saved until you do a copy running-configuration startup-configuration. This command can be abbreviated sh run .What is startup configuration?
A startup configuration is stored in the nonvolatile memory of a device, which means that all configuration changes are saved even if the device loses power. To copy your running configuration into the startup configuration you need to type the command copy running-configuration startup-configuration.What is running configuration?
The running configuration file stores the configuration changes made while the router is up and running. The "running-config" file is stored in RAM. The "running-config" file is NOT persistent, which means that the changes made in the "running-config" while the router is running are not retained after a reboot.