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S1# show run

S1# show ip interface brief


 

To create a ! " in the MAC address table, use the mac-address-table static <MAC address> vlan {1-4096,
ALL} interface interface-id command.

To remove ! " in the MAC address table, use the no mac-address-table static <MAC address> vlan {1-
4096, ALL} interface interface-id command.

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"+Caution: You cannot restore the startup configuration file after it has been erased, so make
sure that you have a backup of the configuration in case you need to restore it at a later point.

To delete a file from Flash memory, use the !#+filename privileged EXEC command. Caution: You cannot
restore the startup configuration file after it has been deleted, so make sure that you have a backup of the configuration
in case you need to restore it at a later point.

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S1-config)#banner login "Authorized Personnel Only!"

To Remove Banner - S1-config)#no banner login.


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The MOTD banner displays on all connected terminals at login and is useful for sending messages that affect all network
users -such as impending system shutdowns). The MOTD banner displays before the login banner if it is configured.

S1-config)#banner motd "Device maintenance will be occurring on Friday!"



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MAC addresses are manually configured by using the switchport port-security mac-address " .!! interface

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switchport port-security mac-address sticky

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To display port security settings for the switch or for the specified interface, use the ex: show port-security interface
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show port-security [interface interface-id] address command.

to disable multiple ports on a switch. Navigate to each unused port and issue this Cisco IOS shutdown command. An
alternate way to shutdown multiple ports is to use the interface range command. If a port needs to be activated, you
can manually enter the no shutdown command on that interface.