[nsp] boot-start-marker

Brian Lehigh brianl at sti.net
Tue Mar 30 18:25:01 EST 2004

I have noticed these as well.  When you specify boot parameters (such as
which IOS image the system should boot to first) it will place those
configuration lines between the "boot-start-marker" and
"boot-end-marker".  Basically, they are like remark statements in the
config, as best as I can tell.


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Subject: [nsp] boot-start-marker

There seems to be two new commands in the latest config files called


Does anyone know where these are defined? 
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