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  1. Rene, do you have IPSEC lesson?

  2. Is the “0” or “7” option relating to whether or not the running-config file saves the key as encrypted or clear text?

  3. Hello Chris

    Options 0 and 7 refer to whether or not the key that is sent between the routers during the authentication process is encrypted. In order to encrypt the key in the configuration file, use the system password-encryption command. This command encrypts authentication key passwords among others.

    I hope this has been helpful!


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