|Actually, no, I can't.|
I'd have to be sitting at the console and I'd have to muck around to figure it out. We've gone away from Cisco products where I work (thank goodness!) and it's been a couple years since I worked on one. Also, I've never played with their routers too much.
I would suggest you:
1) backup the configuration to a flash memory or onto a PC before doing anything else
2) Read the manual
3) Get signed up on the Cisco forums and search there for help
The third one is real important. They are forums like this one but it's where cisco guru's hang out so you'll get much better help, and advice there than I could hope to give you. Search something like "cisco help forum" to find a place. There are a few. You shouldn't have to pay anything but you will have to sign up on a forum and become a member in order to ask a question. Again, it's been a while for me but that's what I used to do whenever I had a cisco related question.
Just remember, in any Cisco CLI I've worked with, you can get help on comands by putting a question mark after the command. For example, help on the configuration command would be as follows:
(NOTE: you don't have to use the whole command word, just 4 or 5 characters will do for the longer ones. Also, in my above example, you could hit the "Tab" key after typing in "config" and it would autocomplete the rest of the word (ie: configuration) )
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How charged with punishments the scroll,
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