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2600 software reload

Discussion in 'General Cisco Certifications' started by paradoxni, Oct 19, 2008.

  1. paradoxni

    paradoxni Nibble Poster

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    I have a 2650 here I got on ebay, it boots the point of beginning to load the startup-config then I get a software forced reload...it will then reload continiously in a loop like this until 1 in 10 or so times it boots properly and I can actual configure it, but if i reload it again the same issue occurs.

    When i did manage to get to configure it, I wiped NVRAM and save a simple config.

    any ideas?

     
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  2. HMSPresident

    HMSPresident Bit Poster

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    Can you post the output of;

    sho boot
    sho flash


    Also;
    Looks as thought it's booting a config that it doesn't understand in the running IOS..
     
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  3. paradoxni

    paradoxni Nibble Poster

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    r2#show boot
    ^
    % Invalid input detected at '^' marker.


    r2#sho flash

    System flash directory:
    File Length Name/status
    1 8232372 test.bin
    2 296034 crashinfo_19930301-001545
    3 273819 crashinfo_19930301-007147
    [8802420 bytes used, 7974792 available, 16777212 total]
    16384K bytes of processor board System flash (Read/Write)
     
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  4. HMSPresident

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    Interesting..

    I'm surprised you can't do a 'sho boot', this would normally tell you which IOS file the router is configured to use first (if it doesn't find it, it will then use the next available in flash). But your 'sho flash' indicates there aren't any images on the flash..

    Are there any flash cards inserted or anything? Can you post the 'sho ver'?
     
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