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RE: Locking Cisco Router
From: "David Lubowa" <ziggy () one2net co ug>
Date: Thu, 28 Nov 2002 11:42:26 +0300

i think i have come to a solution , where by we have locked that client out
from all ISP's by notifying them before they sign him up. And they have
followed what we have told him , so unless he is going to start his own ISP
then i dont think he will receive any service from any ISP here.

David Ziggy Lubowa
Network Engineer
One2net (U)
web: www.one2net.co.ug
Tel: +256 41 345466

-----Original Message-----
From: Kevin Jones [mailto:KJones () tcloud com]
Sent: Saturday, November 23, 2002 12:05 AM
To: 'security-basics () securityfocus com'
Subject: RE: Locking Cisco Router

The point was made by the original person to post on this is that they have
performed a service for someone involving the configuration of a Cisco
router.  They're intent from what I read out of their second post is that
they would like to "unconfigure" the router and lock the owner out until the
monies owed are paid.  I believe the question has been answered by this

To the fellow with the original post, your only real option is legal action
at this point.  No need to get a bad reputation by doing a "write erase",
"save config", "copy run start" and then a "reload".  Depending on the
amount owed, you'd have to decide what is an "acceptable loss" on this one.


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