Cisco router is one of the core routers that work on the command interface. Debugging is an essential troubleshooting method to fix the Cisco router problems. You need to use the SSH or Telnet client to remotely access the CLI of your switch or router. Accessing the Command Line Interface (CLI) is necessary to use the debugging command. If you are using a MacBook, open the Terminal app directly from the System Preferences window. Otherwise, download and install the PuTTY (a standard Telnet and SSH client) on your PC. If you wish to stop debugging on Cisco routers, follow these how to stop debug on Cisco router steps.
On your Windows, click the Start menu at the bottom-left corner of the screen.
Type “putty” in the search panel and hit the Enter key.
From the search result, give a double-click on the PuTTY app.
Make sure that you have appropriately connected the Cisco router to the device and proceed with how to stop debug on Cisco router guide.
In the PuTTY Configuration window, enter the Cisco router’s IP address in the Host Name field.
Select Telnet or SSH as your connection type and click the Open button.
Enter the correct port number (SSH-22, Telnet-23) in the Port field and verify whether you have selected the connection type correctly.
Save the settings by clicking the Save button.
- router settings, click the Open button to open the Command Line Interface.
After verifying the configured
If prompted, click the Yes button.
Enter the username and password of your Cisco router in the Command Line Interface to proceed further.
To stop debugging on your Cisco router, enter the “no debug” command.
Alternatively, you can use the “undebug all” command to stop the debugging.
To verify whether you have turned off the debugging, use the “show debug” command.
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