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RE: Locking Cisco Router
From: "d'Ambly, Jeff" <jdambly () monster com>
Date: Tue, 26 Nov 2002 15:54:55 -0500
I personally don't like the idea of having to pull out the NVRAM.
I would just configure a user mode password for the console and AUX ports.
Any way here are some awesome links on how to secure cisco IOS routers and a
good secure BGP config to boot as well. I would be VERY carefule with these
configs some of the things that it suggests may not fit your network.
From: Vachon, Scott [mailto:Scott.Vachon () Paymentech com]
Sent: Tuesday, November 26, 2002 8:44 AM
To: 'Dozal, Tim'; security-basics () securityfocus com
Subject: Locking Cisco Router
If you have physical access you can still open the box pull the NVRAM
and your back in business.
in response to: What about physically disabling all the external ports ?
If you pull the NVRAM and place it in another router ? Otherwise I don't
understand after you physically disable (remove ) the external ports, how
you could work around it ?
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