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What's the difference? The data will get to the other side one way or another.
How much text are we talking about anyway?
Maybe you could pipe the text to putty somehow, but I don't know how to do that in windows.
What are you trying to do, exactly? Is the text a shell script you're trying to run on the remote machine?
Distribution: Gentoo Hardened using OpenRC not Systemd
You can use the vpaste script at http://vpaste.net/vpaste. You can also use gnu screen and then copy using control + a then [ and paste it somewhere with control + a then ] such as in a file that you can then transfer with winscp or run the vpaste script against the file with that text.
Depends on the model number but I assume this unit is configured by a console port. So all that is available is a simple command line interface. The router has no other services.
Are you trying this on a windows or linux PC? I know you can use Windows Hyperterminal. You might be able to do this via minicom by uploading an ASCII file i.e. no transfer protocol. You would need to save the configuration as a text file first.