1. You set the console password, but when you display the configuration, the password doesn't show up; it looks like this: [output cut] Line console 0 Exec-timeout 1 44 Password 7098C0BQR Login [output cut] What cause the password to be stored like this?





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  • By: guest on 02 Jun 2017 01.56 am
    The command service password-encryption, from global configuration mode, will encrypt the passwords.
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