[c-nsp] "reload" command doesn't check command line parameters

Pete Lumbis alumbis at gmail.com
Mon Oct 7 08:30:46 EDT 2013

The other options besides "in" include "LINE" or "what should we put in the
syslog as to why the reload is occurring". This means it will pick up
anything that isn't already a keyword (for example "in" provides an option,
"int" is a reason).

If we fix the behavior what does the fix look like? Do we not allow any
reason that starts with "i"(in) "c" (cancel) or "a"(at)? But then what if
you want a reload reason of "reload installing new software"? Should this
be blocked?

On Mon, Oct 7, 2013 at 6:56 AM, Luis Miguel Cruz Miranda
<luismcm at imasd.net>wrote:

> Hi all,
> I am not sure if this this an IOS version related issue.
> The issue is...
> - "reload in X" schedules a reload in X minutes (that is the correct
> behaviour)
> - "reload intasdajxjxhaajsa X" just goes ahead with an inmediate reload,
> it is the same as "reload" command.
> It shouldn't be a problem since there are some confirmations but... I
> just did "reload int 10" and pushed enter few times thinking the command
> was right... :-( imagine...
> Saw in...
> c3825-spservicesk9-mz.124-24.T5.bin
> c2600-advsecurityk9-mz.124-15.T13.bin
> Does anyone know if this was fixed or the expected behaviour?
> I think IOS CLI should complain about it as it does with other commands.
> Luis
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