Yes and no. This informational message (not an error message) means that someone has consoled into the appliance and invoked the "config t" statement.
Do a "show run" and look at the first two lines and you will see what login name was used to console into the appliance (1st line) and whether or not the changes were saved (2nd line).
Does this help?
Would it say Config_"I" or config T if it were a console login?
We just had a 7600 relaod and I got the Config_I message and no one was consoled in at the time. I was just checking to make SURE the "Config_I" notifications was just informational saying it restarted and loaded from the start config.
%SYS-5-CONFIG_I: Configured from memory by console
Especially if your 7600 did a reload then it is quite certain that this is just an informational message. I think that perhaps you are confusing what is in a syslog message telling where the message came from (Config_I) with the command you use to enter configuration mode (conf t).
My comments were in regard to the post before mine...
"Yes and no. This informational message (not an error message) means that someone has consoled into the appliance and invoked the "config t" statement."
He clearly stated it was a manual login / command execution.. I was trying to clear that up.. Config_I is device automatic and not a manual login.
But thank you for replying,