Is it possible to tune up the initial running-config in order to add some commands up (like boot system tftp://... or reload in 24:00) so those commands get embedded into the default running-config, I mean, the one you get after typing "erase startup-config" and then "reload" ?
This way you would automatically get those commands everytime you clear the statup-config, saving you the initial configuration task?
Thanks for your early reply. Your solution is good and is practical, but I would like to know if there is a way to modify the default running-config appearing after performing an "erase startup config" and "reload".
This "blank" running-config depends on the number of interfaces of the router, so it is not always the same.
So I guess there might be a way to slightly modify it to add up some commands.